[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 33108] SVG and -webkit-shadow is broken

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Sat Jan 2 11:19:50 PST 2010


--- Comment #1 from Dirk Schulze <krit at webkit.org>  2010-01-02 11:19:50 PST ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> Since the last round of repaintRect fixes (SVG now correctly calculates repaint
> rects), the webkit-shadow CSS stuff mixed with SVG is broken.
> You have to run "run-webkit-tests --tolerance 0 -p svg" in order to see the
> differences, as they're below our default tolerance of 1%.
> I guess the shadowRect calculation in SVGRenderSupport.cpp,
> prepareToRenderSVGContent() is off. CC'ing Beth as she's the original author.

The latest patches on repaintRect fixes some shadow examples. The remaining
failures were introduced with the new Transparencylayer in SVGRenderSupport. I
agree Niko, the size of the clipping rect in seems to be wrong.
Also the shadow size is not respected, if the opacity is < 1. The clipping rect
gets smaller.

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