[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 16183] SVG doesn't support rgba colors

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Thu Nov 29 01:29:17 PST 2007


eric at webkit.org changed:

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------- Comment #2 from eric at webkit.org  2007-11-29 01:29 PDT -------
I think we currently have some ASSERTs in debug mode to catch when a color
value has an alpha component, since we don't currently add any alpha from the
color into our calculations.

To fix this, we would have to re-enable rgba parsing for the SVG color parsing
path, and then get rid of those asserts. It might "just work" with the code as
is, since GraphicsContext knows how to handle color values in RGBA.

SVG 1.1 only talks about handling RGB values, since opacity and
stroke-opacity/fill-opacity are generally the ways to handle alpha.  However I
can see that those coming from the HTML/CSS world would expect this type of
functionality, so we should add it.

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