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On Sat, 3 Dec 2005 14:41:41 -0600,
Neither is the canvas tag. The html standards remain untouched. Much like flash didn't alter the html standard. If your browser doesn't support canvas, then it won't display it, simple as that. Since IE is currently the only major GUI browser that doesn't support canvas in a current or soon to be shipping version...
It would be better if the canvas tag were a specified part of say, html4, but then, there's a fair bit of that that IE either lacks, or supports poorly, so I suppose it makes little difference.
ActiveX in Linux browsers 6621
On Sat, 03 Dec 2005 18:36:16 -0600, Lin┐nut And I responded that it was the same as...
Now, if it were MS doing this, they'd be hiding the specs for the canvas tag, and pretending to allow full implementations, unlike the way it is being done now, where everyone is free to peruse, use, and adopt the specs, with no NDA or other crap in the way.
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B Gruff Yes. It's a free product. It can only play pre-created images, it can't create them. But, it is a vmware is a really decent virtualization system...
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