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Subject: Re: <graphic> scaling
> * Bob Stayton <email@example.com> [2004-11-24 01:48:36 -0800]: > > If you are not using FOP, then you can use these two attributes on > your imagedata element to achieve what you want: > > width="100%" > scalefit="1" > > These attributes mean the viewport for displaying the graphic should > be 100% of the available width, and the graphic should be scaled to > fit that viewport. Thanks, indeed, this is precisely _what I asked for_, although not quite what I turned out to _want_. :-) I want the pictures to be take 100% when that requires _shrinking_ of the image, but not when that requires _stretching_ it. E.g., when the image is huge, I want it shrunk to fit into the viewport, but when it is small, I want it to be displayed as is. > If you are using FOP, then I don't know of any combination of > attributes that will scale to fit. The current version of FOP does not > support the content-width property, which is where the scale-to-fit > value would go. Even if FOP does not support that yet, does DocBook FO stylesheets produce content-width properties? -- Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds) running w2k <http://www.camera.org> <http://www.iris.org.il> <http://www.memri.org/> <http://www.mideasttruth.com/> <http://www.honestreporting.com> Ph.D. stands for "Phony Doctor" - Isaak Asimov, Ph.D.