[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 65538] CSS: Native hitmaps (pointer-events: opacity)

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Tue Aug 2 08:48:35 PDT 2011


--- Comment #2 from Paul Bakaus <pbakaus at zynga.com>  2011-08-02 08:48:36 PST ---
If the image has a whole in it, we most likely want the API to respect it, so there would be no extra handling involved. Meaning, if you'd click on the whole, you'd click the element behind it.

I agree that there is a need for a more generic masking, but I think there are enough generic usecases for the simple alpha API to make it happen. Not even the ones related to games, but simple ones, such as "I want fat rounded corners on my element, but the ability to click behind the transparent edges". It'd be a one liner with this new API.

Re: Expensive: Do you think it is more expensive than me implementing it in a custom way in JS?

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