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Subject [GitHub] [royale-asjs] javeiga-iest opened a new issue #883: Jewel and ClipBead
Date Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:07:36 GMT

javeiga-iest opened a new issue #883:
URL: https://github.com/apache/royale-asjs/issues/883


   Hi guys, 
   **Some context**
   I am trying to implement the CSS clip-path property in my application images ...
   https://developer.mozilla.org/es/docs/Web/CSS/clip-path
   
   My intention is to use the Circle () function without arguments to give the images an Avatar
look.
   ```
   .avatar{
       -webkit-clip-path: circle();
       clip-path: circle();
   }
   ```
   
   **The problem**
   When trying to compile the project, the SDK cannot solve it if we introduce it to the CSS
of the application.
   
   **My approach**
   I am currently using Jewel controls and have seen the ClipBead bead
   https://royale.apache.org/asdoc/index.html#!org.apache.royale.svg/ClipBead
   
   I haven't found much information about the bead in the API, nor have I found any usage
examples in the TourDeJewel project or in any other SDK sample projects.
   
   Is this bead compatible with Jewel controls? How should I use it?
   
   I've been looking at the definition of the bead, and I've seen that it allows passing a
path as an argument that will be applied to the Sprite.
   
   Is there any chance of being able to directly pass the Circle () function the same way
we do in CSS?


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