I am porting some code written with Quartz and Cairo to Juce I have encountered a difference in the way radial gradients are defined in Juce.
In Cairo or Quartz radial gradients are defined by 6 arguments:
1 - the x coordinate of the center of the first circle
2 - the y coordinate of the center of the first circle
3 - the radius of the first circle
4 - the x coordinate of the center of the second circle
5 - the y coordinate of the center of the second circle
6 - the radius of the second circle
So radial gradients can vary between two circles that could have different centers and radiuses.
So, for instance, this picture shows a radial gradient that
varies between a small, bright red circle and a larger black one:
In Juce obviously radial gradients are defined differently.
I would like to know if it’s possible to compensate for this difference in a more or less straight forward way or
if in Juce radial gradients needs to be though out in a completely different way, which is not translatable from Quartz or Cairo in any way.
Thanks in advance.