Re: [xep-support] <fo:block-container absolute-position="absolute" left="168.429mm" top="81.5mm">filters-blend-01-b

From: Alexander Peshkov (
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 05:27:26 PDT

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    Hello Michael,

    I do not think that SVG filters will be implemented in XEP in the
    nearest future, but we will consider your question as a feature

    Best regards,
    Alexander Peshkov

    MWR> Hi,
    MWR> We are currently evaluating XEP to see if it matches our needs and make a prove of concept.
    MWR> One of the things which is a must for the project I'm working on is SVG support for filters and then blend:multiply.
    MWR> This is a mutch used effect in the printing industry. To be more specific we need to be able to create PDF files which have a 2 layers over eachother with the multiply filter. Is there any
    MWR> chance this might be implemented any time soon?
    MWR> Here is a piece of the fo to show what I mean.
    MWR> <fo:block-container absolute-position="absolute" left="168.429mm" top="81.5mm">
    MWR> <fo:block>
    MWR> <fo:instream-foreign-object>
    MWR> <svg:svg width="108.641mm" height="108.642mm">
    MWR> <svg:defs>
    MWR> <svg:filter id="Multiply">
    MWR> <svg:feBlend mode="multiply" in="SourceGraphic" in2="BackgroundImage" />
    MWR> </svg:filter>
    MWR> </svg:defs>
    MWR> <svg:g>
    MWR> <svg:image x="0" y="0" width="108.641mm" height="108.641mm" xlink:href="images/RB ZWOLLE.jpg" />
    MWR> <svg:rect id="blauwvlak" width="68.88mm" height="108.641mm" fill="#00A2E5" style="filter:url(#Multiply);"/>
    MWR> </svg:g>
    MWR> </svg:svg>
    MWR> </fo:instream-foreign-object>
    MWR> </fo:block>
    MWR> </fo:block-container>

    MWR> The JPG is show with a partial rectangle over it whcich is blue and the JPG is visible through that layer with multiply (Also see Illustrator/Photoshop)
    MWR> Thanks,
    MWR> Michael Rosa
    MWR> Joh. Enschedé Amsterdam

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