[QUOTE=Pode] @Bob Thulfram : I have designed the SVGCanvas plugin to make it possible for you to use SVG string directly for things that I haven't added yet for the moment. So, if you want something that isn't available in the menu now, you can simply "paste" the string. And if you have JS embedded properly in that string (declared properly with [CDATA[ and all), I don't see why you can't use it
There's one catch, though : your script can only manipulate the index.html page, and the SVG DOM. Everything else (apart from some other plugins) in C2 is rasterized on the <canvas>, so you won't be able to script that.[/QUOTE]
Still sounds very cool. Do have any samples to share so I can see it in action? I'm most interested in using the SVG DOM, especially in a programmatic way that is supported by HTML5.