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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] images scaled down and centred in pdf-representation

Hi everybody,

I finally figured it out:

- scale images down to page-width: use attribute width="100%" and 
scalefit="1" in the <imagedata>-element
- center images in pdf: use attribute align="center" in <imagedata>-element

Best Regards


Stefan Zander schrieb:
> Hi,
> I am currently working on a document which contains a lot of images 
> (figures) with variable/different sizes. A pdf-representation of the 
> document including all images scaled and centred accordingly should 
> then be generated automatically.
> The problem is that the images have different sizes where some images 
> are smaller than the page width (A4) and others are bigger. My 
> question is:
> - Is there a possibility to tell the fo-processor to scale an image 
> down to the width of the page, if it is bigger; if am image is smaller 
> than the page-width, leave it as it is.
> - How can I specify to centre the images?
> I am working with docbook 4.4; docbook-xsl 1.70.1; fop 0.92beta; Java 
> 1.5.
> Thanks for any help.
> Stefan
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Stefan Zander, Dipl. Inf. (FH)      MULTA MEDIO Informationssysteme AG
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