From: Nikolai Grigoriev (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 20 2004 - 02:49:21 PDT
> I tried to insert SVG generated by Visio 2003 into PDF produced by XEP
> 3.7.5. SVG diagram is inserted however texts and background-colors
> (fills) are missing. I checked SVG file and it seems it is using SVG
> constructs which should be supported by XEP (<text> for text, CSS inside
> <style> for setting fill color).
I am not aware of any problem with either text or fill in XEP 3.7.5. There
were problems with text positioning in 3.7.6, corrected in 3.7.7; in any case,
I'd recommend to retry with the latest maintenance release.
> SVG file also contains lots of elements
> and attributes from Visio namespace, so this should be cause of problems
> in XEP.
Alien namespace elements are ignored by XEP. If SVG elements are _wrapped_
into Visio elements as containers, than they will be skipped; however, if they
stay side-by-side, Visio additions should make no harm. It is easy to check:
just filter your SVG through an XSLT stylesheet, leaving only elements
in SVG namespace and discarding ailen elements with their entire contents.
Does it change anything?
> I can supply you with problematic file.
Yes, please send the file to firstname.lastname@example.org; we will gladly examine it.
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