Date: Mon Jun 28 2004 - 10:00:43 PDT
On Mon, Jun 28, 2004 at 03:57:47PM +0400, Nikolai Grigoriev wrote:
> the problem with yout file not showing in XEP is again due
> to transparency issue, this time within the SVG file itself.
> Rectangular tiles in your picture are produced using the
> following construct (omitting all but relevant parameters):
> <path style="fill-opacity:0; stroke:#000000; stroke-width:0.1"
> d="M 2.8 3.3 L 2.8 4.7 L 4.8 4.7 L 4.8 3.3 L 2.8 3.3 z"/>
> As you can see, the fill color is not specified (and therefore
> defaults to black), but the fill opacity is 0, making the
> rectangle completely transparent. However, XEP does
> not support fill-opacity yet. It draws your tiles with
> opaque fill, making it all black.
> The only feasible solution for XEP 3.8 is to specify no fill
> or some opaque fill color instead of transparency. That is,
> if you replace "fill-opacity:0" in all style specifiers with
> "fill:none" or "fill:white", it will show in XEP as expected.
Thanks for the tip! That did the trick.
> Best regards,
> Nikolai Grigoriev
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marc Wilhelm Küster"
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 2:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [xep-support] Adobe SVG
> > > A few days ago this question was raised on the mailing list.
> > > I've the same problem: XEP 3.8 causes the background in
> > > an SVG to be black whereas in other tools (e. g. xsmlies
> > > and sodipodi) it displays as it should, namely white.
> > The issue raised several days ago was identified as a PNG
> > transparency issue, not related to SVG implementation;
> > cf. http://xep.xattic.com/lists/xep-support/2217.html.
> Thanks for pointint this out. That reasons shouldn't apply here since
> the file does not contain any embedded png. It is apart from one tag
> from the "sodipodi" namespace "pure" SVG.
> > > The SVG itself looks correct to me.
> > > I can send you the SVG if desired.
> > Yes, please do. Please send it off-list to email@example.com;
> > we will gladly analyze it.
> Thanks! I've attached the file.
> Best regards,
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