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[Bug 14562] According to the website, Canvas2D is one of the specifications that are on "last call", so here's what I'd still like to see (one graphics, two typographical, all three known irks for many people who actually use canvas): - an elliptical arc command in a

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Jonas Sicking <jonas@sicking.cc> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Jonas Sicking <jonas@sicking.cc> 2011-10-27 05:59:27 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #1)
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> - I imagine we might add an ellipse feature in the future. What is your use
> case?
> 
> - I do not expect we will support multiline text on canvas. If you need
> multiline text, you are almost certainly misusing canvas for something that is
> better done either using straight HTML and CSS, or at a pinch using SVG.

Based on comment #0, in both cases the use case is to implement a generic
rendering library for a file format as a web application.

In this case the file format is processing.js

I would think that drawing an ellipse wouldn't be significantly less common
than drawing a circle. Most drawing programs include them for example (which
would be another use case).

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