SVG filter primitive incorrectly uses the previous primitive's output, when it has an invalid "in" attribute

Issue #835916 • Assigned to Bogdan B.

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Sep 15, 2014
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Steps to reproduce

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Repro Stehttp://jsbin.com/cokeyeyuyu/edit?html,css,output](http://jsbin.com/cokeyeyuyu/edit?html%2ccss%2coutput) (attached as well)[http://jsbin.com/cokeyeyuyu/edit?html,css,output](http://jsbin.com/cokeyeyuyu/edit?html%2ccss%2coutput) (attached as well)

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Just load the SVG content mentioned in the "description". (Attachment coming up)

Expected Results:

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The testcase should render as lime – in particular, the filtered element should be transparent. Definitely no red should be visible, because nothing should be using the result of the <feFlood>.

Both Firefox and Google Chrome render it as lime, but IE11 does not.

Actual Results:

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Tony S.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Tony S.” to “Rossen A.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Rossen A.” to “Bogdan B.”

      Changed Status to “Confirmed”

      Changed Assigned To from “Bogdan B.” to “Kevin B.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Kevin B.” to “Bogdan B.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Bogdan B.” to “IE F.”

      Changed Status from “Confirmed” to “Won’t fix”

      Changed Assigned To to “Bogdan B.”

      Changed Status from “Won’t fix”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

      Changed Title from “In IE 11, filter primitive incorrectly uses the previous primitive's output, when it has an invalid "in" attribute” to “SVG filter primitive incorrectly uses the previous primitive's output, when it has an invalid "in" attribute”

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