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Re: GSoC Proposal - SVG Export

From: Étienne Beaulé
Subject: Re: GSoC Proposal - SVG Export
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2018 15:29:58 -0500

That is more of a problem with Pixbuf (similar problem was fixed in librsvg). 
However, a case could be made to specify black for glyphs instead of 
currentColor, and I would be open to it (leaning against it though)

However, changing its use in LilyPond is non-trivial (if we wanted to do it), 
as the use of currentColor allows for colours to be changed in response to LY 


> Le 2 déc. 2018 à 11:35, Richard Shann <address@hidden> a écrit :
> On Sat, 2018-12-01 at 23:21 -0500, Étienne Beaulé wrote:
>> Having glyph styling through CSS is one of the goals of this project.
>> In the use of « currentColor, » it does seem to follow
>> specifications.
> Hmm, these specs would seem to allow the SVG to be rendered onto a
> background of the same color as currentColor - in my case I use the GDK
> Pixbuf library to render the SVG and it seems to choose currentColor to
> be white - I can't see any reference in the documentation to changing
> this. I don't know what the other people raising this issue were using,
> but there seems to be quite a widespread problem...
> Richard

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