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Subject: Re: [docbook] Using <embed> for SVG
Jamie, Don't expect any SVG support from Microsoft in the next millenum (which i find very unfortunately if not really annoying). Instead use Batik (http://xml.apache.org/batik) to transform all you SVG to e.g. JPG. That works just fine with for my DocBook document with 100+ SVG pictures. Regards, Jens On Thu, 8 Jul 2004, Jamie Echlin wrote: > Morning, > > First post, be gentle with me. In a nutshell I am trying to include > external SVG files in my compiled HTML help, although I would be happy > enough if it was working in plain HTML. > > My input file contains: > > <mediaobject> > <imageobject> > <imagedata fileref="/some.svg" type="SVG"/> > </imageobject> > </mediaobject> > > my stylesheet has > > <xsl:param name="use.svg" select="1"/> > <xsl:param name="use.embed.for.svg" select="1"/> > > although I'm not sure of the purpose of the former and I have tried > without it. However, my browser is showing broken images, because the > html after conversion has <img src...> tags and not something like: > > <embed src="some.svg" > name="SVG1" > type="image/svg-xml" > width="800" > height="600" > pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/svg/viewer/install/" > > > > which is what I am after. > > Also I couldn't find the param "use.embed.for.svg" in the params.xsl for > htmlhelp - does that mean I can't use it?