From: David Tolpin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 09 2003 - 07:33:37 PST
> I'm playing with PDF embedding in XEP 3.2.2. I've noticed that the space
> around all images is kept, which is understandable but not convenient.
> Ideal for those situations I can think of would be if XEP just cropped the
> image as much as possible before inserting it. This way, it's would be much
> easier to get the same amount of space around each image, using FO
> properties. Would this be hard to implement?
unless I misinterpret your explanation, the space around images is kept
by your drawing application. XEP does not look inside to compute the bounding
box, it just takes what is specified as the image's size.
This is exactly the same thing as with raster images: XEP does not look inside
bitmaps to find first meaningful pixel, it just insert the bitmap as a whole.
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