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2.1.1695 Part 4 Section 6.1.2.5, fill (Shape Fill Properties)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for background, §2.2.1(a) ; object, §2.3.3.19(a) ; pict, §2.3.3.21(a) ; pict, §2.9.23(a) ; arc, §6.1.2.1(eeee) ; background, §6.1.2.2(c) ; group, §6.1.2.7(a) .

a. The standard does not define a default value for the detectmouseclick attribute.

Office uses a default value of false for the detectmouseclick attribute.

b. The standard indicates how the alignshape attribute is used.

Office also requires that the value of the type attribute is tile if the alignshape attribute is used.

c. The standard does not specify bounds for the angle attribute.

Office specifies the bounds for the angle attribute of -32767 and 32767.

d. The standard states that o:relid is a valid attribute.

Office does not support this attribute.

e. The standard does not specify bounds for the origin attribute.

Office uses bounds of -32767 and 32767 for the origin attribute.

f. The standard indicates that the default value for the origin attribute is the center of the image.

Office uses a default value of 0,0 for the origin attribute.

g. The standard implies that positive values are to the right and down for the origin attribute.

In Office, negative values for the origin attribute are to the right and down, so the bottom right corner is -1,-1.

h. The standard implies that only absolute numbers may be used for the size attribute.

In Office, values are specified as either an absolute measurement or a fractional value of the shape dimensions. A fractional value may be specified in 1/65536-ths if a trailing "f" is supplied. [Example: A value of "52429f" represents 52429/65536, or 0.8. end example] The minimum and maximum values are 0f to 2147483647f.

i. The standard indicates how the type attribute is used.

If this attribute value is tile, pattern or frame, Office requires that the image attributes be specified. If this attribute value is gradient or gradientradial, Office requires that the gradient attributes be specified.

j. The standard allows any string to be used for title attribute.

Office does not allow slashes or colons in the title attribute string.

k. The standard indicates how the title attribute is used.

Office only supports the type attribute if the value of the type attribute is tile, pattern or frame.

l. The standard indicates how the althref attribute is used.

Office does not support the althref attribute.

m. The standard indicates how the href attribute is used.

Office does not support the href attribute.

n. The standard indicates how the src attribute is used.

Office does not support the src attribute.

o. The standard does not restrict the number of instances of the fill element.

Office allows at most only one instance of the fill element in each place where it can be used.

p. The standard states that values of the opacity attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_Fraction (§3.9.1, ST_Fraction) simple type.

q. The standard states that values of the opacity2 attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of the opacity2 attribute with the ST_Fraction (§3.9.1, ST_Fraction) simple type.

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