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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] db5 svg images

If you're outputting to HTML you should consider doing it like this:

             <imageobject role="fo">
                 <imagedata format="SVG" scale="75" 
fileref="Graphics/cluster-general.svg" align="center" 
                 <imageobject role="html">
                  <imagedata format="PNG" scale="90" 
fileref="Graphics/cluster-general.png" align="center"/></imageobject>

I found that IE8 doesn't render SVG at all and Chrome puts a box around 
each one such that you have horizontal and vertical scroll bars .. but 
that could be due to the fact our HTML must fit into a 600 pixel 
horizontal space.

You will find the above if you search Stayton's book for "svg".

On 12/16/2010 7:33 AM, Dave Pawson wrote:
> I have
>     <mediaobject>
>       <imageobject>
>         <imagedata fileref="images/pages.clock.svg" format="SVG"
> width="436" depth="398"/>  </imageobject>
>       <textobject>
>         <phrase>A clock diagram</phrase>
>       </textobject>
>     </mediaobject>
> It renders well on Firefox 3.6
> Yet when I build I get the message
>   [java] Failed to interpret image: images/pages.clock.svg
> Is the message incorrect or ... is it something else?
> regards
> ------------------------
> Dave Pawson
> http://www.dpawson.co.uk
> XSLT, XSL-FO and docbook FAQ



Steve Johnson, Senior Content Developer

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