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Subject: Re: DocBook 5.x - the difference between mediaobject and inlinemediaobject
Warren Young <warren <at> etr-usa.com> writes: > > John Brown wrote: > > > > I understand the concept fully. Instead of just having <bold> or > > something similar, we are forced to type <emphasis role="strong">. > > Either you do not in fact understand the concept, or you're being > willfully facetious. > You're right that I'm being facetious. I find <emphasis> to be slightly ridiculous and particularly irritating. <unnecessary-explanation-snipped/> > > The mediaobject in question is an image file (PNG, 8.5in X 11in, 300 > > The difference between them might be clearer to you if you try it with a > 20x20 pixel PNG file instead. When inlined, the PNG file will sit in > the same line of text, just as this X is in this line of text. With the > other tag, it gets broken out into its own "paragraph", as you'd use for > a separate illustration. > Solved! Thanks.