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Re: [svg2] radialGradient @fr constraints

From: Jasper van de Gronde <th.v.d.gronde@hccnet.nl>
Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2012 09:12:03 +0200
Message-ID: <5045A9C3.5040809@hccnet.nl>
To: Rik Cabanier <cabanier@gmail.com>
CC: www-svg@w3.org
Glad you like it. And yes, you are indeed correct that if the focus goes
outside the circle, that the gradient then no longer fills the entire
plane (I think it's in there somewhere btw.). Would you consider this a
problem? (I'm not sure what else one would expect.)

On 03-09-12 21:50, Rik Cabanier wrote:
> Very nice!
> You could also call out that if the focus goes outside the circle, the
> gradient no longer fills the entire path.
> Rik
> On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 12:37 PM, Jasper van de Gronde
> <th.v.d.gronde@hccnet.nl <mailto:th.v.d.gronde@hccnet.nl>> wrote:
>     On 2012-08-30 12:44, Dr. Olaf Hoffmann wrote:
>         And if it is allowed to set fx,fy outside the circle, fr
>         positive or negative, one still needs to define the effect for
>         spreadMethod as already mentioned. Because this is already
>         problematic, if the point is on the circle, do you have any idea
>         about a meaningful behaviour of spreadMethod, if fx,fy is
>         outside and not corrected? spreadMethod seems to be only simple,
>         if there is not selfintersection of the gradient. Olaf
>     I have written a blog post on how one can look at radial gradients,
>     and the effect of having the focus on or outside the circle:
>     http://jaspervdg.wordpress.__com/2012/09/03/specifying-__radial-gradients/
>     <http://jaspervdg.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/specifying-radial-gradients/>
>     I have included several examples and diagrams, but if there is still
>     anything that is unclear, feel free to say so and I'll update it.
>     The post also gives some suggestions for dealing with the
>     instability that occurs when the focus (zero-radius point in my
>     post) is on the circle.
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