Re: [svg-developers] restricting a clipPath through a clip-path -- lots of buggy behavior?
- On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 03:39:42 +0200, ddailey <ddailey@...>
> What Opera and I don't agree upon is whether one ought to be able toThat bug has been fixed in Opera 10, and the example seems to work as
> SMIL while eating such tripe! If one refreshes the example in Opera
> (9.64), the animation moves forward by little mini-rotations each time,
> implying that it does see what I am trying to do, but just doesn't like
> it very much.
> I'm trying to clean up my treatment of this subject at
> and believe that if my tea leaves are accurate, then only IE/ASV is
> doing this correctly.
> The SVG1.1 spec reads:
> "If a valid 'clip-path' reference is placed on a 'clipPath' element, the
> resulting clipping path is the intersection of the contents of the
> 'clipPath' element with the referenced clipping path."
> This makes me think that Opera and IE are closer to correct than the
> others, but is Opera's reluctance to play my SMIL game a bug in Opera?
intended. Previous versions had the bug though, the values are changed but
the rendering isn't updated, this can probably be worked around by forcing
redraws by some other means.
Erik Dahlstrom, Core Technology Developer, Opera Software
Co-Chair, W3C SVG Working Group
Personal blog: http://my.opera.com/macdev_ed