Re: [css-shapes] shape-image-threshold should be clearer about >= vs >

On Wednesday 2013-09-11 08:43 -0700, Alan Stearns wrote:
> On 9/11/13 8:22 AM, "L. David Baron" <> wrote:
> > * the Initial value doesn't describe the current behavior, so
> >   another value would be needed
> The intended behavior is for the 0.0 initial value to enclose all of the
> pixels that are not fully transparent. I want that to be the behavior of
> the initial value, and I don't think picking an arbitrary amount of
> decimals for a 0.0001 initial value is a good idea.

But shouldn't the Initial Value lead to a behavior that matches the
behavior of existing floating images in CSS?

Or is there a separate property that toggles whether this property
does anything?


𝄞   L. David Baron                  𝄂
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