Re: a 32-bit visual (8-bit alpha) for Keith Packard's composite X11 extensions.

On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 13:52, Keith Packard wrote:
> Around 11 o'clock on Nov 17, Owen Taylor wrote:
> > It wouldn't be very hard, but it would be essentially meaningless, since
> > GdkColor has no concept of alpha, and the GDK drawing API's generally
> > aren't going to make a lot of sense. 
> Would it be relatively easy to kludge Gdk to merge in 0xff000000 so that 
> core graphics would work in this visual?  Right now, everything not drawn 
> with Render is transparent, which kinda sucks.

It shouldn't be hard, no. But is there a point without more
comprehensive support? When would windows/pixmaps with this visual
be created? (GTK+ assigns visuals to pixmaps on the client side.)


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