Two svg import filters
kendy at collabora.com
Tue Jan 5 04:14:06 PST 2016
Armin Le Grand píše v St 23. 12. 2015 v 10:04 +0100:
> > I would have thought the difference between "open" and "insert" was
> > pretty clear (yes, I know there are plenty of clueless lusers out
> > there). But it applies to pretty much ALL objects - if you "insert"
> > then LO keeps the object unaltered, if you "open" then LO converts the
> > object to a form that it can edit.
> That is a good argument to stay on that difference. But - when opening
> and we have the possibility by doing this using the same filter as when
> inserting - wouldn't it be better to use that and additionally 'break'
> the SVG?
With my UX hat on, I wouldn't break it on load, it's OK enough when
there is a possibility to do so. When not broken, I suspect the move /
resize etc. behaves more naturally (moves / resizes the entire picture).
> This would lead to the same 'open' behaviour, guarantee SVG looking the
> same despite of insert/open, deliver better quality and reduce number of
> filters to maintain to one.
I think the breaking (ie. loading the svg in a way it can be editable)
was the biggest concern blocking this...
So I guess if the fidelity (in the sense of shapes / gradients etc.) of
a svg loaded via svgio and broken into shapes is similar / same (or even
better) than the fidelity of svg loaded via filter/source/svg, I'd vote
for removing filter/source/svg ;-) Can you please take this topic to
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