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From Adam Witney <awit...@sghms.ac.uk>
Subject LinearGradient not handled correctly by batik?
Date Thu, 17 Oct 2002 13:31:22 GMT

I have an SVG document that displays correctly when using Adobe SVG viewer.
However when I try to convert it to a PNG using batik-rasterizer it does not
come out correctly. Here is the code

 <linearGradient id="two_hues" x1="0%" y1="0%" x2="0%" y2="100%">
    <stop offset="0%" style="stop-color: black;"/>
    <stop offset="100%" style="stop-color: white;"/>

<path d="M 150 94 V 356 H 600 V 94 Z" style="fill: url(#two_hues);"/>

<path d="M 0 94 V 456 H 150 V 94 Z" style="fill: url(#two_hues);"/>

However only the first element referencing the linearGradient has a
gradient, the other is always a solid colour. It doesn't matter what the
order of the path elements, always the first encountered gets the gradient
and subsequent references to "two_hues" does not work

Is this a batik problem or is there something wrong with my SVG code?

Thanks for any help


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