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Merge pull request #2086 from csnardi/patch-1

[css-color-4] Clarify required precision and rounding behavior for color channels
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svgeesus committed Jan 10, 2018
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@@ -272,9 +272,9 @@ The RGB functions: ''rgb()'' and ''rgba()''</h3>
but ''255'' represents the maximum.
These values come from the fact that many graphics engines store the color channels internally as a single byte,
which can hold integers between 0 and 255.
However, the CSS syntax allows full <<number>>s,
not just <<integer>>s,
for authoring convenience.
Implementations should honor the precision of the channel as authored or calculated wherever possible.
If this is not possible, the channel should be rounded to the closest value at the highest precision used,
rounding up if two values are equally close.
The final argument, the <<alpha-value>>, specifies the alpha of the color.
If given as a <<number>>, the useful range of the value is ''0''

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