Re: [fxtf-drafts] [motion-1] Initial position of a path() (#505)

Letting `shape()` cover this use-case is also OK to me, so we don't have to change anything to `path()` (e.g. add `at <position>` to its syntax).

> Do we want to distinguish between a path that has an explicitly given initial move-to, and let ones without such a move-to use the 'offset-position' as their initial position?

Per SVG1 (, and SVG2 (, it seems the syntax of svg path should always have the initial `move_to` command.

So I expect `path()` should always specify the initial position, by the initial `move_to` command. That means it should be fine to let `path()` just ignore `offset-position` because the initial position should always be there, per its syntax. (This may be the same as `url()` because I expect the SVG element always provide the initial position.)

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