On Fri, 2004-10-29 at 13:40 -0300, bulia byak wrote:
* If an object has a gradient fill and a fill-opacity property
less than 1.0 in its style=, previously Inkscape ignored the
fill-opacity. This was wrong. Now it combines them together, i.e.
makes the gradient (more) transparent if the object using it has a
fill-opacity less than 1.0. If you find out that 0.40 renders your
gradients more transparent than before, simply remove fill-opacity
from the style= of the objects that use semi-transparent gradients to
fix them. In new files, fill-opacity is removed automatically when you
apply a gradient.
Noticed this. When you say "fill-opacity is removed" is assume you mean
set to 1.0, because new files still have it but set to 1.0.
Also found something new from the gradiant color inherit. Everytime I
click on solid color and back to gradiant it assigns a new linear
gradiant. Do it a few time and have a bunch. Should it carry over but
not add to the gradiant list?
Where does it "say the correct size" and where do you read
selection size? Most likely these two readings use different length
Image Properties and the status line are correct. The selection width
and height on the second button bar shows smaller. It seems to be
bringing it in too small, resize the selection width and height and it
will look fine. Image and inkscape setting is for 72dpi.