September 27, 2011
Hello Steve and Andre -
We are so fortunate that Steve gives us such excellent technical support - You are doing such an important job, Steve - thank you!
And by the way, generally it is a good idea to use Firefox, if you can, when using SignPuddle. SignPuddle was designed for Firefox, and the other web browsers do not necessarily all work the same...
Thank you for fixing SignPuddle to work with Internet Explorer on Windows, Steve - that is a good one to have working for us...
Safari and Google Chrome are two web browsers that can read SignPuddle files fine, but SignMaker for composing new signs does not function in either Safari or Google Chrome (at the moment ;-))
So Firefox is working great and we all love SignPuddle 1.6 here - I have had several people tell me that they like some of the additions and new user interface...
On Sep 27, 2011, at 9:30 AM, Steve Slevinski wrote:
> Hi Andre,
> Regarding the SVG in Internet Explorer, you will need a plugin. I tried the Ssrc SVG Plugin and it worked fine.
> Main webpage:
> I used the version 6 installer. Here's the direct download link:
> After you install the plugin, it will not run until it has permission. The first time it tries to load, a message will appear at the top of the browser. Click on the message and select the option that allows it to run on all web pages.
> You will need to manually change the sign color to "ffffff" and the background color to "000000". The high contrast option does not allow a white background on SVG documents and manually changes them to black. So unless you set these values, you will not see the sign image.