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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-images] Add easing functions to color stops

From: Eric A. Meyer via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 08 May 2017 20:46:09 +0000
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@larsenwork: My thought was that the timing function (really an easing function) for a color stop described the easing from the previous stop to itself, so an easing function on the first color stop would be ignored (though not invalid).


linear-gradient(black 0%, transparent 100% ease-in-out);

…describes an `ease-in-out` from the previous color stop (black) to the current color stop (transparent).  Therefore, your second example:

linear-gradient(black 0% ease-in-out, transparent 100%);

…is actually equivalent to:

linear-gradient(black 0% ease-in-out, transparent 100% linear);

If the `<color> [ <length-percentage> || <timing-function> ]?` syntax were adopted, then this would also be equivalent:

linear-gradient(black 0% ease-in-out, transparent linear 100%);
…because the easing function and distances could be written in any order.

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