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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Admonition graphic indenting in PDF

Thanks Kevin.

You're absolutely right.  Everything looks fine now!  DocBook isn't so 
hard after all <he says, after three weeks of constant bickering with 
the tools and trying to figure out where things get configured and even 
what the difference between DTD and DSSSL and SGML and XML is>.

Thanks again.

Kevin Dunn wrote:

>> When generating a PDF file with admonition graphics, only the first line 
>> is indented, and the text is lined up with the bottom corner of the 
> I am also generating pdf with admonition graphics. However, my graphics
> behave the way that you would like them to, and they have done so for
> as long as I've been using them. I am using the 1.61 stylesheets.
> You may want to look at
> (define ($admon-graphic-width$ #!optional (nd (current-node)))
>   ;; REFENTRY admon-graphic-width
>   ;; PURP Admonition graphic file width
>   ;; DESC
>   ;; Given an admonition node, returns the width of the graphic that will
>   ;; be used for that admonition.
>   ;;
>   ;; All of the default graphics in the distribution are 0.3in wide.
>   ;; /DESC
>   ;; AUTHOR N/A
>   ;; /REFENTRY
>   0.3in)
> When I set this to 0.0in, I get the behavior your describe. It should be
> set to the actual width of your graphics. The admonition will be
> indented by this amount.

                      Joe Cooper <joe@swelltech.com>
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