From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 27 2003 - 03:18:46 PDT
The short answer: you have to use 'scale-to-fit' value of
There was several discussion on the list regarding this topic.
Take a look at the posting of David Tolpin:
It contains a code snippet that could be useful for you.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
M> I have a problem with graphic resizing.
M> In the same XML file I have small graphic and grphic too big to be on
M> the page.
M> The size can't be given by the author, because he doesn't know the
M> format of the PDF and the same XML is used for HTML.
M> I don't know how to automaticly conserve the size of the small graphic
M> and to force the size of the big graphic to the maximum, if I don't
M> give with to the 'fo:external-graphic' I have an XEP error as the
M> object can be in the margins.
M> I don't find any information about that in the documentation (XEP or
M> Thank for an idea
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