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From pe...@gresham-forms.co.uk
Subject RE: FW: Embedded JPEG prints as a black rectangle on an Astro-Med pri nter
Date Wed, 15 Sep 2004 12:52:09 GMT
Hi Thomas,
Yes I noticed SVGOMImageElement's attributeInitializer code change when I
looked into where the onRequest attribute value had come from.

You are right that the old bug had nothing to do with the problem.

Happily there is a fix for my problem.
I used threshold in PaintShop to make sure that the JPEG has only pixels of
pure black and pure white.
It then works a treat.

Case closed I think.

Thanks,
Patrick





-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas DeWeese [mailto:Thomas.DeWeese@Kodak.com]
Sent: 15 September 2004 13:05
To: Batik Users
Cc: chris@w3.org
Subject: Re: FW: Embedded JPEG prints as a black rectangle on an
Astro-Med pri nter


pegan@gresham-forms.co.uk wrote:

> I did not explicitly set xlink:actuate attribute to onRequest, or 
> anything for that matter and I think the attribute value is defaulted to 
> onRequest in the DTD (and thus the SVG DOM implementation).
> I will look into setting this attribute to onLoad as you suggest.

    This was a bug in the Batik DOM implementation, it is fixed in
current CVS.  It also likely has nothing to do with the problem.

> The answer to my problem is more likely to be in the JPEG itself, 
> indeed, what I thought was a pure black and pure white JPEG turned out 
> to have other than rgb(0,0,0) and rgb(255,255,255).

    I suspect the real issue has to do with the ColorModel the printer
uses with Java.  This has been on occasion a bit of a sticky wicket
for us,  unfortunately without access to the printer there isn't much 
I can do.

    You could try using CVS Batik as I recently made a minor change
that could possibly improve your results here.


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