From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 31 2004 - 01:25:26 PDT
It turns out to be a bug in our SVG processor. It manifests itself in
case of 'tspan' element with absolute 'x' coordinate, but without
absolute 'y'. We will fix this problem in the next maintenance release.
Thanks for your report.
In your particular case as a temporary solution you can create simple
XSLT stylesheet that will clone 'y' coordinate of the parent text
element on each descendant tspan that has absolute 'x', but no absolute 'y'.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
JK> I need to embed SVG image from Visio into PDF produced by XEP. I know
JK> that there are some limitations and that e.g. gradients do not work. But
JK> I was surprised that multiline text (expressed with <tspan>) doesn't
JK> work. See attached file for demonstration. In all boxes there are at
JK> least two lines of text, but XEP renders only the first line. Bug or
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