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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-color] Serializing color() values (#480)

From: Chris Lilley via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 10:56:11 +0000
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@grorg wrote:

> Resolved. An input of "color" always serializes as "color" Everything else is undefined.

> Extra requirement is that "color" serialization doesn't truncate trailing 0 values. e.g. color(srgb 1 0 0).
It is required to drop the "/ 1" for alpha though (if alpha is 100%).

Those two resolutions are now in the specification

@csswg wrote

>  RESOLVED: color() functions, if they have a choice between percentage and number, they should use number
> RESOLVED: the `color(lab ...)` function, like the rest of the color() values, are in the 0-1 (or 0% - 100%) range. And they serialize the same as other color() values (as a 0-1 number).

Those two as well.

However, on the 22 Oct 2020 TPAC call, it was also resolved to split out serialization from the specified, computed, used and actual values section into a new section, and I am still working on that, so leaving this open for now.


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