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Old 12-19-2012, 05:08 PM   #9
dgatwood
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SVG may or may not be searchable, depending on how it is included. If you use an <img> tag, apparently, it isn't (much to my disappointment). If you use an <object> tag, it should be searchable. (Or at least it is searchable in WebKit, which covers many readers, either directly or indirectly.) If it isn't searchable, I would call that a bug in your reader.

Edit: It's also searchable if you drop the <svg> tag in the middle of the HTML content.

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