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> It displays ok for me in Opera 6.
I'm using Opera 7
>At the risk of asking the obvious, you do realise that it is necessary to
manually copy NPSVG3.dll
> to the Pluginsdirectory?
Yep, that was done. I saw good SVG docs in Opera just fine.
> The Batik error message makes loose sort of sense. Your namespace URI
didn't match the
> XLink one so Batik assumes (rather loosely, I admit) that there is no
> associated with the necessary namespace URI.
It gave me a clue, true enough. I was using XSLT to produce the SVG from an
XML data document, and that required two namespace declarations: one for the
XSLT script, and one at embedded SVG root element. The first one was fine,
the second was buried and harder to see.
> The SVG viewers' rather "silent" response to errors makes practical sense
> production environment since the last > thing many people will want is
> error messages overwriting/concealing an image. But it doesn't help the
> debugging process, does it? :)
I suppose you're right, although that doesn't excuse the GraphicsMagick
IMDisplay utility, which silently 'fixed' the bug. But its a 1.0 version, so
I guess it can be forgiven. It made it harder, though, to realize what was