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From bugreporte...@hushmail.com
Subject Re: Draw, make some changes to gradients
Date Thu, 13 Jun 2013 16:48:19 GMT
hey,

>In Ellipsoid and Rectangular (play with it) the center of the
gradient 
>gets to a line. There is no linear transformation to map this to SVG 
>gradients. Anyways there is no mapping to Rectangluar at all.

Was trying to cheat but seems not to work the way I want it to look
like.
For the rectangular gradient I tried to  use three instead of two
colors, so to imitate a black to white gradient(the old school way) I
just used a black to white to black gradient (SVGgradient). Just kind
of "mirror" the colors at the middle line/color.
 http://i39.tinypic.com/302ctw9.png
the ellepsoid es even harder to imitate

On 12.06.2013 at 11:10 AM, "Armin Le Grand"  wrote:Hi bugreporter99,

On 11.06.2013 17:50, bugreporter99@hushmail.com wrote:
> Hi,
>
>> Ah, I see. Just curious; how did you find out, it's not really
>> advertized that they use our code...?
> ...
>> Did you read
>>
(https://blogs.apache.org/OOo/entry/good_news_libreoffice_is_integrating),
>> btw...?
> I think that's the same page the person posted to the forum I got
the
> information from (actually did not read the article).
> IIRC I heard it from here:
> http://en.libreofficeforum.org/node/293#comment-22501
> (comment #26)

Ah okay. They should at least tell people that it's not useful to
write 
tasks for LO for an AOO-feature. I will not even see them there, I am 
not working at/for/on LO.

>
>   >...(problem is the non-linear (irregular) form of the Ellipsoid
and
>> Rectangular ones, another problem is that you can select the number
> of
>> steps in AOO, say just eight and get useful nice effects.)
>   What do you mean by "non-linear (irregular) form of the Ellipsoid
and
> Rectangular" ?
> is "on-linear (irregular) form of the Ellipsoid " an ellipse with
some
> bumps???

In Ellipsoid and Rectangular (play with it) the center of the gradient

gets to a line. There is no linear transformation to map this to SVG 
gradients. Anyways there is no mapping to Rectangluar at all.

>
>> ...you can select the number of steps in AOO
> Which steps do you mean?
> gradient steps??

Yes. In the fill attributes you can set the step cout to e.g. 
user-defined 3 steps. This is useful in arious cases, but will also
not 
map to SVG where this is not possible.

>
> regards.
>
> On 10.06.2013 at 10:36 AM, "Armin Le Grand"  wrote:Hi bugreporter99,
>

[deletd some older stuff here]
--
ALG

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