From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 09 2004 - 06:04:40 PST
Have you tried to insert problematic SVG picture into a simple
XSL-FO document? Does the problem persists? Note that Docbook
stylesheets machinery is rather complex so we should try to exclude
possible interference at Docbook layer.
Another question: does this picture looks well in Adobe SVG viewer?
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
OT> I'm trying to include some formulas into a pdf-document. I create the
OT> formulas with OO formula editor, export them as svg and use them as
OT> "graphic" elements in Docbook.
OT> The formula editor uses for math symbols a special font (opens___.ttf)
OT> which I registered in fonts.xml. The achieved results are mixed:
OT> oneliner formulas are displayed properly, in more complex formulas (2
OT> rows) the math symbols, like square root, are screwed up.
OT> Maybe you have an idea on this issue.
OT> Olexij Tkatchenko
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