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From Thomas DeWeese <thomas.dewe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: scaling SVG Document
Date Sat, 24 Nov 2012 12:31:10 GMT
Hi Ard,
   Why don't you just adjust the width and height of the outermost SVG


On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 12:57 PM, ard <ard_hoffman@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm trying to scale the entire contents of an SVG Document in memory. Is
> there a
> pre-written method to do this? I've been searching the Batik documentation
> around SVGDOMImplementation but haven't found anything.
> If there isn't, to write such a method, it seems the procedure would be to
> add a
> group element which groups the entire contents of the svg, append a use
> element
> with a transform attribute, and modify the height and width attributes of
> the
> svg element.
> For this, is it necessary to parse the original svg, then output the
> modified
> svg into another SVG Document, or is there a pre-written method allowing
> to, for
> example, insert a group element which groups the entire svg content?
> Regarding this, I noticed the method
> Element SVGDOMImplementation.GElementFactory.create(String prefix,
> Document doc)
> but I don't understand it's usage. Any pointers on where to look for
> information, ideally a usage example, would be greatly appreciated.
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