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From _zachary_ <zda...@mac.com>
Subject Re: 0.94 AND 0.95b Images
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2008 17:21:05 GMT

Andreas!!! I LOVE YOU!

That worked beautifully!  Thank you so much for your help.


_zachary_ wrote:
> As long as I do not do anything to my smaller images they work fine,
> however, I want to use the same code for big and small images without
> having to check for the widths. e.g.
> This is what happens when i don't add any attributes to my
> external-graphics, all I add is a src.
>                                                             |
> Hello there! [SMALL_IMAGE] oo this is coo   |
> o i know [SMALL_IMAGE] hello world blah    |
> [                     BIG_IMAGE                       |                ]
> (<- overflows the block-container)
> hello this is some more text blah balh blah   |
> So now how do I keep everything the same and just make the BIG_IMAGE not
> overflow the block, but rather scale it down to fit within the block.  I
> do not know the with of any of the images, and the small images need to
> keep the same effect.
> _zachary_ wrote:
>> Hey Guys,
>> I would love some help on this issue because it has been driving me
>> crazy. First, let me describe what I am trying to do.  I am trying to
>> make images that are bigger than my fo:block shrink to the size of the
>> block, breaking it off to its own line, so that no text is before or
>> after it.  Next, for the images that are smaller than my block I want my
>> text to flow around the image.
>> Now then, the only way that I have been able to obtain this functionality
>> is by calculating the widths of the images, if they are bigger than my
>> fo:block then i do the following:
>>   <fo:external-graphic src="url('{@src}')">
>>     <xsl:attribute name="width">100%</xsl:attribute>
>>     <xsl:attribute name="content-width">scale-to-fit</xsl:attribute>
>>     <xsl:attribute name="content-height">100%</xsl:attribute>
>>   </fo:external-graphic>
>> This code works great for the big images, however when I apply the same
>> code to the smaller images they don't allow text to flow around them, due
>> to the width being 100%.  I tried using the scale-down-to-fit method in
>> 0.95b but it didn't seem to do anything.  Does anyone have a solution to
>> this so that my code can be dynamic and I don't have to do many
>> calculations to fix the width?
>> Thank you for your time
>> zach

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