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From David Bridgeland <bridgel...@yahoo.com>
Subject svg looks great on screen, horrible in print
Date Tue, 11 Feb 2003 02:53:29 GMT


I am using fop (0.20.5rc) with an fo:external-graphic reference to an SVG file. The SVG file
looks fine by itself, and the resulting PDF looks fine on the screen, but when I print it,
the rectangles look like they are drawn with fat crayons. 

Here is a short excerpt from the SVG:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<svg width="6in" height="1.95in" viewBox="2 1 37 12"><rect style="fill: #ffffff"
x="2.143" y="2.15" width="6" height="6.4"/>
<rect style="fill: none; stroke-width: 0.1; stroke: #000000" x="2.143" y="2.15" width="6"
<polygon style="fill: #ffffff" points="2.143,2.15 2.643,1.65 8.643,1.65 8.143,2.15 "/>


and here is a short except from the FO:


<fo:block><fo:external-graphic src="url(images/refactoredCollab.svg)" width="auto"
height="auto" content-width="6in" content-height="auto"/></fo:block>


Any ideas about why this is happening, or how it could be fixed?

Dave Bridgeland


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