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Subject: What means style:rel-height="scale-min" ?
Hi all,I do not understand style:rel-height="scale-min". The current specification text in 19.513 is: scale: the height should be calculated depending on the width, so that the ratio of width and height of the original image or object size is preserved. scale-min: the height should be calculated as for value scale, but the calculated height is a minimum height rather than an absolute one.
Look at this markup fragment:<draw:frame â text:anchor-type="char" style:rel-height="scale-min" svg:width="60mm">
<draw:image â draw:mime-type="image/png"/> </draw:frame>The linked image has wÃh=340px Ã 151px with 96dpi, that is about 119.94mm Ã 53.27mm or 3.54inch Ã 1.57inch.
The <draw:frame> element is in structure <table:cell><text:p><draw:frame>...</draw:frame></text:p></table:cell>. The table cell has 80mm width and 40mm height.For style:rel-height="scale" I would get height = 151/340 * 60mm â 26.65mm â 1.05inch.
But what means "is a minimum height rather than an absolute one"? Kind regard Regina