RE: [xsl] Graphics scaling on XSLFO - need suggestions

Subject: RE: [xsl] Graphics scaling on XSLFO - need suggestions
From: "Angela Williams" <Angela.Williams@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 13:10:58 -0600
I use XEP 4.4 and scale the content-height successfully.

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From: ms [mailto:mina_hurray@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2007 10:57 AM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [xsl] Graphics scaling on XSLFO - need suggestions

Hello all:

Thank you for your reply. I use XEP. And I did try
setting just the content-width and still get the same
error.I will check the XEP forum.

--- Jay Bryant <jay@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > Hi all:
> >
> > I am having issues with displaying graphics on the
> > using XSLFO. A graphic measuring 7.5in by 8.35in
> gives
> > a "no space for element to recover" error while
> > generating the PDF using XSLFO. Can anybody point
> me
> > to a forum where I can post these kind of issues
> or
> > can anyone on this list give me some ideas?
> >
> > Thanks in advance
> Hi, Mina,
> It would help if you would mention which FO
> processor you use, because the
> answer to your problem probably varies by processor.
> However, you can try a
> couple things that may work regardless of which
> processor you use. (Also, I
> assume that you are using the external-graphic
> element.)
> First, try setting the content-width attribute to
> whatever width you want.
> The height should scale automatically. You can also
> try setting the width
> attribute (though that's really for the bounding box
> around the image).
> This is the right place for FO questions, by the
> way. However, whatever
> processor you use very probably has a mailing list
> or forum where folks who
> know the quirks of that tool can provide more
> specific answers.
> Jay Bryant
> Bryant Communication Services

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