Am 20.06.2016 um 22:31 schrieb Elle Stone:
On 06/20/2016 04:18 PM, Pat David wrote:

[...]

This is different than an image rollover, which is more of what is being
described in your link.  Technically you _could_ create a text area near
an image that could show different text varying based on context of
mouse position (possibly triggered through :hover, :focus, or :blur
events).  But that's outside the scope of what OP was asking for I
think.  At least in the context of an image editing program.


What the OP wants isn't part of any imaging program that I'm aware of.

The picture in https://inkscape.org/de/~doctormo/%E2%98%85inkscape-hackfest-2016-group-photo is an SVG image embedded in a website. The SVG includes the photo as well, and in the embedding HTML there is a proper style defined (in the resource.css file), with the SVG elements tagged with this style information. Maybe this helps the OP.

Best regards

Chris


tldr; sure you can do this - pick a programming language or
html/css/possibly-js combination and augment your image in that way.
Images themselves don't do this normally.


Best,
Elle

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