This bug is extracted from bug 58517. Dbaron wrote: The '-moz-opacity' property doesn't match the recommendation for 'opacity': '-moz-opacity' is inherited and applies only to any painting done for the element (at least it did the last time I checked) 'opacity' is not inherited and should apply to the entire subtree drawn by the element The former is totally wrong and only works reasonably in certain simple cases. -------------- I looked into the way we use '-moz-opacity' and it doesn't seem that we are already taking advantage of the difference between the two definitions. So, unlike what I wrote in bug 58517 [2001-07-17 16:31], the way to go would be to fix '-moz-opacity' when we can, and rename it to 'opacity' as soon as the spec becomes a recommendation.
*** Bug 58517 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
What are the current plans - intending to further develop -moz-opacity or focus on being according to the spec?
URL of [now published] spec should be: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-color/#transparency (sorry, i don't have the privs to add it myself.)
The CSS3 Color module has now moved to Candidate Recommendation. Can we proceed to fix this bug now?
This is basically a duplicate of bug 212366, but this can cover renaming '-moz-opacity' to 'opacity' while still supporting '-moz-opacity' (at least for a while).
Taking to cover the renaming, which should wait until it works on Mac.
adding transparency synonym
Comment on attachment 142085 [details] [diff] [review] patch It doesn't quite work according to spec yet (e.g., multiple boxes for the same element aren't collapsed into the same opacity group) but I agree it's good enough.
Comment on attachment 142085 [details] [diff] [review] patch r=bzbarsky.
Fix checked in to trunk, 2004-02-23 22:48 / 23:37 -0800.
Robert, is there any bug related to that problem?
+ attribute DOMString Opacity; Shouldn't that be 'opacity'? (lowercase)
Folks, I believe it should be "opacity" and not "Opacity", like this: ElemRef.style.opacity = strValue; My 2 cents
oops yeah, missed that. It should be lowercase. Zbigniew, I don't think there's a bug on that. I'm planning to fix it as part of some significant painting changes that I'm working on.