From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 10 2004 - 01:37:17 PDT
You can achieve similar effect using clipping. For example if you
creating bar-chart you can use following technic: for every bar create
clipPath element with the rectangle of desired bar inside and then draw a
picture-wide rectangle stroked as you like. On each such rectangle set
clip-path reference that points to the appropriate bar clippath. As a
result big stroked picture will be clipped by the bar rectangle and
what you see will be a bar filled with desired stroking.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
TD> I'm doing some experiments in an attempt to use SVG for rendering
TD> graphs within my documents. My goal is to replace a library that we use
TD> to generate graphs as images, and to use SVG instead.
TD> One of the problems I am having is that my SVG <pattern> elements do
TD> not appear to be working. Looking at the XEP documentation, I see that
TD> <pattern> is not one of the ones listed as a supported element.
TD> Am I correct in assuming then that patterns are not supported by XEP?
TD> Any recommendations on how I might achieve a similar effect?
TD> - Tim
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