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Subject: Re: [docbook] <mediaobjectco> and calspair unit coords

I just looked at the doc for the Area element, and I would guess
from reading it that it was written without any thought at all put
toward the whether the referenced image has a viewport.

Anyway, it seems to me it would make the most sense for the
calspair percentages to be based on the actual rendered size of
the image-- not the size of any viewport it might be shown in and
not the intrinsic size of the image.


nico <nicolas.marsgui@libertysurf.fr> writes:

> Hello,
> I would like to have some precision about how the  
> mediaobjectco/areaspec/area/@coords should be interpreted for calspair  
> units.
> I understand it is a percentage (for x and y) of the total size in the  
> related direction, but which size?
> The question I have: is the total imagedata size to use is the imagedata  
> viewport size (width and depth) even when the viewport size is different  
> from the image size itself (because a scale or contentwidth attribute is  
> specified, or because scalefit=0)? Or is it the image size (maybe scaled)  
> to use, where the coords (0,0) are the left corner of the image itself,  
> and not the left corner of the viewport?
> I hope that my questions are clear enough.
> Thanks,
> BG

Michael Smith


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