|Summary:||SVG <svg> does not render when changing the display attribute from "none" to "inline"|
|Product:||WebKit||Reporter:||Eric Lim <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|OS:||Mac OS X 10.4|
Created an attachment (id=9956) [details] simple test case
Created an attachment (id=10335) [details] First attempt This should fix the bug. I looked at FF on mac and it too could show the svg after setting display=inline. Cheers, Rob.
(From update of attachment 10335 [details]) r=me
(From update of attachment 10335 [details]) I don't think this is right. We need to ask hyatt here.
After testing against ToT, it seems to work! I think it is due to r16191 (FOUC fixes). Cheers, Rob.
Created an attachment (id=10439) [details] Expected Result in PNG This is the expected result. There are two text strings, "Gain" which lies below the triangle, and "1" which lies inside the triangle.
Not quite there yet. The "1" text is not rendered. See the expect results attachments. I am not sure if this warrants a new bug report...
A simpler test case might make this more clear what's wrong here.
Created an attachment (id=10525) [details] Comparision between WebKit (9/13/2006) vs IE w/ASV3 Look at the attached image. Notice that the text "1" is missing. I believe this is a new issue where "clip-path" attribute are not obeyed for <text> elements. I believe this bug fixed and I will create a new bug for the <text> clip-path issue.