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Re: [libreoffice-design] GSoC Idea: Blurry Shadows

Hi Ahmad,

forwarding the message to the dev-ML where your question might be better suited.

Blurry shadows are what is well-known from macOS or Qt, some realistic and natural soft shadow. The request was made in https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=48722. Currently we just duplicate the object for the shadow, AFAIK. Simple solution is to make the border somehow smooth. Better when this smoothness can be controlled by the user from a hard moon-light shadow up to David Hamilton. I don't see much work on the UI as we have a checkbox on/off that needs to be replaced by a slider. The tricky part is to render everything in a blink.


On 28.02.20 13:04, Ahmad Ganzouri wrote:
> Hello,
> I am Ahmad Ganzouri [A_GAN] a student from Egypt, Senior year computer
> engineering. I've solved two bugs in libreoffice :
> https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/q/A_GAN
> I'm interested in Blurry Shadows idea. I need to understand more about the
> project. What will be the target and deliverables?
> I need some recommendations about which issues to start with to dig deep in
> the needed part for the project.
> Thanks in advance,
> Ahmad

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