SVG.enabled Toolbar - Firefox add-on that allows you to switch SVG.enabled on or off.
Version: 0.5.8SVG.enabled Toolbar it's a simple Firefox extension that just turns the about:config preference for svg.enabled on or off. SVG.enabled Toolbar it's a Firefox toolbar that allows you to switch svg.enabled on or off
Operating System: Mac OS X
It's a button with a drop down arrow, like the browser back button. The main button shows the current state of the svg.enabled preference. It has to be clicked once before it shows the state correctly. Click it to toggle. It has clear label and tooltip text as well, in case the ugly icons aren't clear enough. Click the drop down arrow and you get an option to set it to true (enabled) or false (disabled). The drop down also has a link to navigate to SVG Basics and the SVG 1.1 specification.
If you do not like having a toolbar with just the one button on it (and I do not), then you can right-click the default Firefox toolbar and choose "Customize"· You will get a palette of toolbar buttons you can drag on to the default toolbar. One of them is added by this extension, it starts with the label Built-in SVG· but that changes to reflect the state of the preference.
Drag the button to the toolbar of your choice and click "Done".· After that, right-click the default Firefox toolbar and uncheck the SVG Prefs Toolbar toolbar to hide it.
When svg.enabled is false, Firefox Deer Park Alpha 1.1 will not try to render SVG content. This means embedded SVG tags as well as SVG documents referenced by the or tags. If you are already on a page that uses SVG, you will have to refresh or reload (press F5 or Contrl-R in Windows) to see the effect.
If you have another way to render SVG (that would be Adobe SVG Viewer or another plugin installed), then the plugin will get a chance to render the SVG. A plugin will only work for SVG included as a document. This means you can view pages that use the or tags to include SVG documents. Inline SVG cannot be rendered by a plugin.
· Firefox 1.0 - 18.104.22.168