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Subject: Text Object background non-solid fill
The current OO specification specifies that text objects, like paragraphs, can have a background color (fo:background-color, 3.11.25) or a background image. What I'm missing is support for fill patterns - like http://doc.trolltech.com/3.2/qt.html#BrushStyle-enum Looking at the OO spec for drawing objects I found <draw:hatch> (5.6.2) which seems to model most of the second column in the screenshot above. * Is there anything that models the first column? (points drawn with a given density) * Can we add support for those filling modes to the background color for at least text objects - maybe also paragraphs, to be fully flexible (I don't need it for paragraphs, but it would be consistent)? If I get this right, this would look like draw:fill="hatch" draw:fill-hatch-name="name of a draw:hatch style" in the style for the paragraph or textobject. -- David FAURE, firstname.lastname@example.org, sponsored by Trolltech to work on KDE, Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).