[html5] a question about HTML5
ian at hixie.ch
Sun Mar 29 23:38:19 PDT 2009
On Mon, 30 Mar 2009, liuting wrote:
> I want to ask you a favor,at 4.8.11 "the canvas element" in the
> newest HTML5,there is a description about miter limit:"The miter limit
> ratio is the maximum allowed ratio of the miter length to half the line
> width",but in the HTML5 released at 10 June 2008 there is a
> description:"The miter limit ratio is the maximum allowed ratio of the
> length of the two continuation lines to the line width",in the newest
> version the divisor is "half the line width",but the last version the
> divisor is "the line width",and i investigated openVG and GDI+,found
> they all describe as follow:"The miter limit ratio is the maximum
> allowed ratio of the miter length to the line width",so do i consider
> that the divisor of miter limit ratio is "the line width" but not "half
> the line width"? Expecting your answer,thank you.
As far as I know the spec is accurate, but the best way to find out for
sure is to write a testcase and see what the other browsers do. If they
don't do what the spec says, please let us know. :-)
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