writing attribute style:background-transparency
rb.henschel at t-online.de
Thu Sep 22 22:40:45 UTC 2016
Armin Le Grand schrieb:
> Hi Regina,
> tried, but could not create one (tried frames in SW, too).
> Might have to do with the change of SW FillStyle/Transparency attributes
> to the full Draw ItemSet. These get written with the same attributes as
> for draw objects, but before the change that attribute might have been
> used. It would be loaded and converted at import, though.
> Thus, might be if you use an older version which had not that change and
> insert a frame and set transparency, but no guarantees
Direct hit :)
AOO 3.4.1 writes a style:background-transparency for a Writer frame with
background color and transparency. LibreOffice 5.3 writes
style:background-transparency too, but in addition it writes draw:fill,
draw:fill-color and draw:opacity.
LibreOffice writes draw:fill, draw:fill-color and draw:opacity too in
style:page-layout-properties, however there without
style:background-transparency. But for draw:fill, draw:fill-color and
draw:opacity it is the same problem as for
style:background-transparency: It is not allowed in
So my conclusion is, that a transparent property for page background is
indeed needed. But I would suggest not to extend the
style:background-transparency, but the draw:xyz attributes, because they
are richer and already used in LibreOffice.
> Am 21.09.2016 um 19:36 schrieb Regina Henschel:
>> Hi all,
>> the ODF TC is going to discuss issue OFFICE-3770 , which is about
>> the attribute style:background-transparency. I'm trying to generate a
>> document by LibreOffice, in which this attribute is used. But in all
>> my tries I always get draw:opacity or draw:opacity-name (in case of
>> Do you know a situation where LibreOffice writes the attribute
>> style:background-transparency ?
>> Kind regards
>>  https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-3770
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