This would make this CSS style attribute ready to use for prime time. Can we do
As of today I will be working on this border issue.. the issues currently are a
resolution problem.. this is causing some funny roundedness at certain scroll
posistions.. I do have an anti-alias kind of routine in there, turned off for
now until I get the twips to pixel converions popping the borders onto the
correct boundries.. thats why some things look good and the same thing looks bad
at another position in the page. Things should start shaping up soon.
This is not a for-sure thing, but I will continue to look for solutions..
This is more difficult since it is rendered in twips, so anti-aliasing in
smaller than screen space is not a standard approach.
Marking as verified remind
Is this done?
REMIND is deprecated per bug 35839. Is this bug fixed yet?
Bulk moving P1-P5 un-milestoned bugs to future.
*** Bug 214192 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 222888 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This bug should really be addressed now that Mozilla Update uses that style. It
looks ugly because it's not anti-aliased.
*** Bug 287075 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm wondering if this can possibly block Firefox 1.1, maybe 1.2. It's a great
dissapointment that it looks so akward at times.
I'm working on some code which I hope to eventually port to C++ to add anti-
aliasing for Mozilla (http://verens.com/demos/borders/).
However, it looks like Cairo is getting quite a push recently. i wonder is
it more worth my while writing my code using the Cairo API than using the
usual Mozilla function set?
If Cairo becomes ubiquitous, it may solve a lot of antialiasing and other
opacity-based problems. Is that the plan?
Cairo is a long ways away from being fully functional. While I do not speak for
the Mozilla Cairo code-wrapping developers, I believe that one of the goals of
using Cairo is to solve things like the opacity problems for all platforms at once.
Personally speaking, I'd love to see better anti-aliasing come to the current
gfx implementation. But it's your call, and your time.
There's some antialiasing information for Mozilla2 on the wiki at
And to help with your decision, some information on the path to Cairo
I think it's best to just continue and get anti-aliasing working correctly in
the present gfx set.
Cairo does not seem to implement dashed borders at the moment, so whatever
solution we come up with will benefit both the present gfx, and also any
future work on Cairo in that context.
Also, the GFXEvolution page hints that there may not be full coverage for
Cairo for some time, especially on lower-end machines such as embedded
devices, so fixing the present gfx will be beneficial all-around.
Thanks for the thoughts, guys. I hope to have some example anti-aliasing code
for rounded borders (as well as bevelled corners) completed by the end of the
Did I say "end of the week"?
As my own boss knows, I'm a little **** at indicating the length of a job.
I think I've finished with the basic anti-aliasing work:
I will not be re-writing that in C++ yet, though - I am not finished with
dashes, doubled borders, etc. Once those are done, it will be ready for
inclusion (and in dire need of optimisation!).
Note that the example is ellipsoid - it conforms to the W3C draft, as far as I know.
http://webkit.opendarwin.org/blog/?p=22 Safari does it.
Whats the status of the Gecko implementation? Is there a chance it makes into 1.9?
I'm waiting for Cairo to be integrated fully into the engine before I goany
further with my own attempts. Cairo has anti-aliasing built-in, and curves, so
it should make this simple to implement once it's in.
Seems fixed in latest trunk (Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20060302 Firefox/1.6a1).
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Since we're using Cairo now this is fixed.
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Does anyone know the number of the bug for the artefact visible in the cairo example of the trunk vs 1.8 comparison?
That would be bug 328241
This doesn't seem to be fixed for Linux.
I can't find the bug at the moment, but there's a bug for turning on antialiasing under linux -- it was turned off due to serious performance issues.
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> I can't find the bug at the moment, but there's a bug for turning on
> antialiasing under linux
Bug 381735. Ironically, that one is blocking1.9.