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

SVG viewer is EOL:


There could likely be more to it, such as what exact format you do your 
SVG in. Adobe Illustrator has 9 or 10 different combinations of options, 
at least.

On 12/16/2010 10:11 AM, Dave Pawson wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Dec 2010 09:33:31 -0600
> Steve Johnson<stevej@caringo.com>  wrote:
>> If you're outputting to HTML you should consider doing it like this:
>>    <mediaobject>
>>               <imageobject role="fo">
>>                   <imagedata format="SVG" scale="75"
>> fileref="Graphics/cluster-general.svg" align="center"
>> scalefit="1"/></imageobject>
>>                   <imageobject role="html">
>>                    <imagedata format="PNG" scale="90"
>> fileref="Graphics/cluster-general.png" align="center"/></imageobject>
>>           </mediaobject>
>> 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".
> I can create the png form if needed, but I'm concerned about
> the error (if it is such).
> I'm wondering if Bobs pages are out of date here?
> http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/SVGimages.html
> I do recall 'prompting' the IE user to get/install the svg viewer from
> Adobe. Not sure if that's still available. Then the reader would know
> something was amiss.
> SVG is so much better than bit-mapped though.
> regards



Steve Johnson, Senior Content Developer

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