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Pretty much any ebook with grayscale images needs the ability to request that
those images be reinterpreted as "foreground-scale." I.e. it needs the ability
to have its grayscale images match the current foreground/background color
scheme for text.
This would be similar to setting fill=currentColor for an SVG element.
I describe the feature at greater length in the following blog post:
Although this feature could, and perhaps should, be implemented in HTML, CSS,
or in an image format, this feature is more sorely needed in the EPUB context
than in the general web context.
The reason it is more needed in EPUB is that only in the EPUB context are
user-selected foreground/background color schemes so important.
Note: I've already proposed this feature on the IDPF forum:
but I'm proposing this feature here as well based on the forum suggestion by
Original issue reported on code.google.com by Ben.Denc...@gmail.com on 7 Oct 2014 at 7:15
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