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    Just purchased pd4ml pro version – brilliant tool! I have a problem, however, with the background-position attribute, as the documentation isn’t very clear. I understand that top, bottom, left, right are not valid, and neither are percentages. Therefore, please could you tell me what I should use to position a background image instead of top, bottom, left and right?


    Marcus, please download the most recent beta and give a try to top, left and percentage attributes. The online documentation is not always up to date.

    PD4ML GUI tool should make the experimenting easier:

    java -Xmx512m -jar pd4ml.jar


    Thanks for the reply. I actually downloaded (is that beta?), and tried with top, bottom, left, right, but all that appeared to work was top left, i.e. 0 0, the default. Does the converter recognise all parameters in the background element, e.g. “background: url( ‘/images/box/solid_blue_m1.gif’ ) no-repeat bottom left !important;“?
    Thanks again.


    any updates!
    I’m facing exactly same issue in following version:
    Created-By: yGuard Bytecode Obfuscator<br /> Implementation-Title: PD4ML Pro<br /> Implementation-Version: 371b9



    PD4ML supports almost all background properties, except positioning by right and bottom edges.

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