Thanks a lot! I think that Thomas's patch will fix my problem!
The problem is that i don't know how to deal with the sources of batik: I
donwloaded these (and the patch) but i don't know how i can apply this patch
and re-create the jars of the library (Do i need to use a specific ide?).
I already downloaded Eclipse, but when I try to open the batik sources, many
unresolved import errors are reported.
I searched the batik website for any explanation (as i read in the REDME
file) but i found nothing about compiling this sources (and applying
> Hi Mathieu,
> > I created a clip-path element: A filled circle "masked" (more
> > precisely clip-pathed) by a filled rectangle. On the circle element of
> > the svg document, i put a onmouseover and a onmuseout attributes, wich
> > The problem is that, when I try this document in batik, the color of
> > the shape changes even when the cursor is over the non-apparent part
> > of the circle: The cursor is outside the rectangle, but would be on
> > the circle if it wasn't "clip-pathed", and the part of the circle
> > inside the rectangle changes its color.
> I guess the specification isn't clear enough regarding this. See bug
> 46289 , which contains a patch by Thomas to "fix" it and also links
> to relevant discussions in the www-svg mailing list. :-)
> > With, firefox, i don't have this problem (the color changes only if my
> > mouse is on the part of the circle inside the rectangle).
> Unclear or underspecified stuff usually leads to this sort of
> unexpected incoherences among implementations... :-|
> > So I would like to know if it's a bug of batik? Will it be fixed?
> I'm not sure if the patch will be integrated. I'd vote for so, but I
> remember the discussion somehow hit a dead end: there was no clear
> consensus at the time... :-( Maybe this is addressed in the second
> edition of the SVG 1.1 specification. :-)
> > Can I try to "fix" it? I tried to search the Javadoc API for the class
> > responsibles for this interpretation, but i've no idea! If there are
> > some batik developpers on this mailing, can they shox me the
> > "incriminated classes"
> As stated, in order to "fix" it you may locally apply the patch
> already referred. ;-)
> As stated within the www-svg debate, another way of working around
> this (in an inter-operable way?) would be adjusting the
> "pointer-events" property  to "visible".
> > Thanks a lot!
> Hope this helps,
>  https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=46289 >  http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/interact.html#PointerEventsProperty >
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