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[Bug 12140] Why is there no getTransform() method?

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andrew morton <graveltech@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from andrew morton <graveltech@gmail.com> 2011-02-19 19:17:46 UTC ---
My use case is a LOGO interpreter in Javascript that does the drawing on the
canvas. I'm able to use transformations to draw the path of the turtle but if I
draw the turtle then I need to clear the canvas before running the next command
to avoid leaving a series of turtles. If I was able to load the transformation
matrix I believe I could use it as a CSS transformation to position an image on
top of the canvas.

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