[reportlab-users] RGBA Colors
robin at reportlab.com
Thu Dec 3 10:40:20 EST 2009
> On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Kevin D Smith
> <Kevin.Smith at sixquickrun.com> wrote:
>> I will say one more thing about 2 though before leaving the decision
>> up to those in charge. I wouldn't remove the old alpha methods,
>> because it appears as though they work for images as well. I
>> could see someone wanting to use it for that. Of course, you
>> could also add an alpha argument to the image methods just
>> like the colors to take care of that.
> I'd want to be able to stick bitmap images onto canvases with
> transparency. e.g. take this PNG which has a transparent
> border, and display it with alpha=0.5 (meaning the transparent
> border would remain with alpha=0, but the body of the image
> would have alpha=0.5 and be translucent).
> Does this sort of thing fit with either model?
I'm not convinced the alpha things apply to images, Kevin says they do, but is
that from observation or just an assertion. Perhaps images count as something
filled or stroked. I haven't tried it out yet.
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