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Old 03-17-2012, 07:18 PM   #4
Ken Maltby
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Device: JetBook Lite, AuraHD, PDA, Eee Transformer
Apparently the SVG capability hasn't been implemented yet but I am hoping that when
the wireless connection to the internet and implementation of a browser is in place,
(perhaps with the April update??) it will be included. It appears that the Hanvon version
of the device is using the Opera Browser which does support SVG.

I had Jerry at Ectaco try out a Wolfram CDF file but the JBC got no were with it. Jerry
did say that he would bring it to the development team for their consideration. One
potential problem for both CDF and Alpha stand alone support would be the size of the
supporting data base/footprint. (Check out the Ectaco jetBook forum)

Hopefully the April update will give us a better picture of the likelihood that Wolfram's
tech will be supported/implemented.

Luck;
Ken
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