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Subject: Re: How to scale image so it will fit on a PDF page while conservingthe initial ratio?

I'm no expert, but I have successfully been resizing images, by using 
the following construct
Combined, as stated in the page you mentionned, with "set the stylesheet 
parameter ignore.image.scaling to a non-zero value" for the html output, 
  I get images that fit within the page width for fop output, and at 
original size in html. I have had problems with some images being taller 
than page height though... Hard coding the width allows you to have the 
width fitting the page, and it keeps the ratio.
Hope this can be a suitable solution for you

Xuan Ngo wrote:
> Hi,
> How to scale image so it will fit on a PDF page while conserving the initial ratio?
> The original size of the image that I scaled is 1152 width x100 height.
> After reading this web page http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/ImageSizing.html, 
> I have put the following attributes:
> <imagedata contentdepth="100%" fileref="HugeWidth.bmp" scalefit="1" width="100%" />
> The newly created image in the generated PDF file doesn't have the same ratio as the original.
> Tools used:
>    -xsltproc.exe
>    -FOP 0.91Beta
>    -Docbook-xsl v1.69.1
> Can some1 help!
> Thx!

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