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    Michel Feinstein commented  · 

    This should work.

    Sometimes we have 2 objects and we want one of them to remain in place, locked and the second one to move. For example, if I want object 2 to be centered in object 1, BUT I don't want object 1 to move, just object 2.

    Currently this is not possible.

    Not only that, if I try the second object moves weirdly on the screen.

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    Michel Feinstein commented  · 

    The answer is 54.8% (or 0.548), how do I know? The tricks is to export the gradient to SVG, open it into a Text Editor and look for the "offset", it would be something like this:

    <stop offset="0.548" stop-color="#46addb"/>

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    Michel Feinstein commented  · 

    Currently there's no way to know the percentage of the Gradient Stops.

    I need to know where each color on the gradient is (from 0 to 1 or 0% to 100%) in order to translate this into code for an App.

    In the image attached you can see the problem. Tell me where the middle circle is. It's not at 50%, maybe 57%? Maybe 55%? This wastes development time for something so simple.

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    Michel Feinstein commented  · 

    This is really important to convey to a developer how the Gradient should be configured on code.

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