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On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 9:47 AM, Øyvind Stenhaug <oyvinds@...> wrote:
> Regarding the eleemnt() function, CSS3 Images says
> "If the referenced element has a transform applied to it or an ancestor,
> the transform must be ignored when rendering the element as an image.
> I think it's probably worth detailing what it means for a transform to be
> "ignored". Should it be as if the transform property were 'none'? Note
> that this would have some additional effects, since a transformed element
> normally acts as a containing block for fixed-position descendants, for
> instance (even if it's just an identity transform).
I should specify that. The intent is similar to how SVG defines this
kind of thing; that a "virtual" transform that's the inverse of the
CTM is applied after the element's transform. Thus, the side-effects
you get from transforming the element (like becoming a fixpos
container) are still preserved.