bulia byak wrote:
>On 4/27/05, George V. Reilly <george@...> wrote:
>>The gradient fill shows up as a solid color in Photoshop CS. I assume
>>Adobe include a first-rate PostScript handler in Photoshop.
>And that is because I forgot to mention one more limitation:
>Transparency is lost on PS or EPS export (e.g. you can't use a
>gradient from an opaque blue to transparent blue; as a workaround,
>replace it by a gradient from opaque blue to opaque background color).
>So, if you replace the gradient's second color from transparent
>magenta to opaque white, it will work. This is a limitation of
Something I forgot to mention yesterday. When I bring up the Fill and
Stroke dialog for the text with 0.41, I see a gradient that I can edit:
two diagonal lavender bands over a checkerboard with cyan handles.
When I bring up Fill & Stroke with the latest binary, I see a blank
canvas in the Fill > Linear Gradient dialog. Just Edit, Add, and Repeat
buttons. No checkerboard, no handles. Ditto when I look at Fill >
Linear Gradient for other objects. Or Radial Gradient.
>And finally there's one Inkscape bug that this file shows: the
>pad="reflect" on the gradient is ignored. I'm cc'ing Michael Forbes
>who wrote that code - Michael, is this fixable?