[xep-support] Re: external-graphic: max-height

From: Kevin Brown <kevin@renderx.com>
Date: Thu Apr 07 2011 - 12:24:41 PDT

Ken beat my fingers to this answer.

Note that scale-down-to-fit is available in the latest RenderX release.
Ensure you are using 4.19 version for this feature.

Kevin Brown
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-----Original Message-----
From: xep-support-bounces@renderx.com
[mailto:xep-support-bounces@renderx.com] On Behalf Of G. Ken Holman
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2011 12:20 PM
To: RenderX Community Support List
Subject: [xep-support] Re: external-graphic: max-height

Have you tried "scale-down-to-fit" instead of
"scale-to-fit" for the two properties?

Scaling down to fit will not change the image if the image already fits:

   7.15.4 "content-height"
   scale-down-to-fit
   "If the intrinsic content-height is less than or equal to the
    height of the viewport the content-height should be the
    intrinsic content-height. Otherwise the largest scaling-factor
    permitted will be applied to the content so that the scaled
    content-height is less than or equal to the height of the viewport. "

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . Ken

At 2011-04-07 20:59 +0200, Bastian Kroll wrote:
>Hello Everybody,
>I have a problem with an external-graphic. Im
>getting every time the max-height, even if the image is smaller.
>The following is given:
>1. max-width of the image (40mm)
>2. max-height of the image (40mm)
>3. the image can have different, not know sizes
>
>I used this FO
><fo:block><fo:external-graphic max-width="40mm"
>src="url(file:////ClassWizard/Daten/Crossmedia/data/msa/ads/10/001080510/00
1080510.z)"
>content-width="scale-to-fit"
>content-height="scale-to-fit" /></fo:block><fo:inline
......>....</fo:inline>
>
>If the image is smaller than 40mm in height Im
>getting a white area after the image. It seems,
>that the external-graphic is reserving the area
>40x40 and the inline-text is not beginning exact behind the image.
>
>Is there a solution to get the text right behind
>the image if it is smaller in height? I tried
>hours and hours to find a solution. I tried to
>set up the max-height at the fo:block, too. Without any effects.
>
>Maybe someone can give me a hint.
>
>thanks in advance
>bastian

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