From: Chris Lilley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 24 2003 - 05:59:43 PDT
On Thursday, October 23, 2003, 12:49:52 PM, Nikolai wrote:
>> I have attached a typical SVG image that is rendered perfectly with FOP
>> but not at all with XEP when creating a PDF. I would be very grateful
>> if someone could point out what XEP can't handle in this SVG image.
NG> Your image uses CSS selectors for styling. We don't support CSS stylesheets
NG> in SVG.
NG> (Strictly speaking, interchangeable SVGs should avoid using
NG> a specific styling technology like CSS; I wonder if there is a switch
NG> somewhere in CorelDraw to disable it).
There is. Tell it to use formatting attributes instead.
NG> I changed all 'class' attributes in your image to 'style',
!! so, its still using CSS !! but a part of CSS that you implement,
since the selector is implicit.
To remove the CSS, change from, for example
<path style="&fil1;" d="M3849 232l7 5 -12 0 5 7 0 -12z"/>
<path fill="#131516" d="M3849 232l7 5 -12 0 5 7 0 -12z"/>
NG> moving all styling info to entities;
NG> XEP rendered the resulting SVG without any problem.
NG> Please find attached a modified version of the SVG image.
>> I have a feeling that it may have something to do with
>> the length/width and viewBox attributes...
NG> XEP has no known problems in this area. However, your image's
NG> intrinsic size was larger than the page;
Corel Draw, like Illustrator and many other originally print-oriented
tools, makes the author select a 'paper size' for a new drawing. The
width and height here are those of A4 paper.
NG> to make it fit, I specified
NG> a common image-shrinking sequence on the fo:external-graphic:
NG> <fo:external-graphic src="url(blocks1.svg)"
NG> content-width="scale-to-fit" width="100%"/>
NG> Otherwise, XEP dropped the image too large to fit.
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