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From "Andrew Robinson" <andrew.rw.robin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: s:roundedDiv not fully rendered in IE6 and IE7
Date Sat, 08 Mar 2008 15:05:24 GMT
Are you tlaking about the foreground color?  The background color is
the outer color of the corners, the foreground is the color of inside
of the corners and the center.

On 3/7/08, myfaces@abilsoft.com <myfaces@abilsoft.com> wrote:
> I'd like to be able to specify the backgroundColor (persay),
> but have it actually be a generated gradient pattern instead of
> a solid color. This would just provide a flexible way of
> providing some 'effect' to the area you are enclosing in the
> roundedDiv.
>
> ---------Original Message---------
>
> I am not sure why that would be of any value. If you do not set
> a
> background color, it uses a transparent color.
>
> On 3/7/08, myfaces@abilsoft.com <myfaces@abilsoft.com> wrote:
> > One other enhancement that would be great to have is the
> > ability to have the background filled with a gradient as
> > opposed to a solid color.....
> >
> >
> > ---------Original Message---------
> >
> > > The following are the two things that came to my mind as far
> > as
> > > enhancements:
> > >
> > > 1. The ability to link the color, backgroundColor, etc. to
> > CSS
> > > style classes or values. The way it is now, the overall
> > design
> > > of a site that uses this component and CSS is spread between
> > > the two - not optimal for the designer or maintenance.
> >
> > This is why I want to leverage Trinidad's skins. CSS is
> > interpreted on
> > the client, but the images are generated on the server. The
> > image URLs
> > have the info in the query string though, so it would be
> > possible to
> > alter them on the client, but then JS would be required and
> > these
> > properties would have to be stored somewhere (some random CSS
> > style
> > class applied to a dummy element or stripped from the IMG
> > tags). A
> > much more elegant solution would be to use Trinidad skin
> > properties to
> > set the colors so that they are not in the view but the skin
> > CSS.
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>

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