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Subject: Re: inlinegraphic going away... (Was Re: DOCBOOK: image with link)


> > Which is *far* more verbose (thankfully macros can be created!).
> More verbose, but more flexible: you can specify an EPS alternative
> for print (where your GIF would probably perform poorly), which you
> can't do with (inline)?graphic

Exactly.  For the sake of brevity in my response to Bob's posting, 
I just included one <imageobject> with the GIF file.  However,
in all of my documents, my (vim) macro for <mediaobject> creates this:

  <imagedata fileref="" format="EPS"/>
  <imagedata fileref="" format="JPG"/>

which I then fill out appropriately. It works great.  Like you mentioned,
I have one version for print, one for HTML and I also get text that can
be put into the ALT attribute of the HTML IMG tag.

I actually do not really ever find a place to use <inlinemediaobject>
in my docs, but it would be basically the same as above.


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