Re: [css3-images] aliases for 'cover' and 'contain'

On Nov 4, 2011, at 9:40 AM, "Tab Atkins Jr." <> wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 6:44 AM, Brad Kemper <> wrote:
>> I'm probably damning your idea to an instant rejection from Brian by agreeing with you, but I have stated before that we 'nearest-corner' and 'farthest-side' are not that useful. The only time you can see the difference between them and 'cover/contain' is when the bg-position is off-center, and you see them get clipped in generally un-useful ways.
>> If we had only 'cover' and 'contain', AND changed 'contain' to mean "contain within the sides that you are not moving towards via bg-position", then you would be keeping it both useful and simple, and would continue to let authors get the most popular combinations of side-based and corner-based sizing and clipping.
> Once again, we have a WG resolution on radial-gradient functionality.
> I'm not going against the WG resolution and changing any of the
> functionality; the only thing left to do is settle on the new syntax.
> Any new functionality requests will be addressed in level 4.

I don't recall a resolution to freeze all aspects of all features while still in working draft.

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