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RE: [xsl] is it possible to resize an image to display smaller than the original David Dunkenberger Mon Apr 02 05:01:46 2012

Thank you - will try it out this morning.

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Subject: Re: [xsl] is it possible to resize an image to display smaller than 
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On 31/03/12 14:39, David Ryan wrote:
> I changed the xsl to use your suggestion:
>
>   <fo:external-graphic src="file:{/data/Photo}"/>
>
> but when I run it, it doesn't find the image file saying Image not 
> available.  I confirmed the image is in the referenced location.  any 
> ideas?

http://www.w3.org/TR/xsl/#fo_external-graphic

try
<fo:external-graphic src="url(file.jpg)" /> If you can, make the file relative 
rather than absolute and don't have spaces in path or filenames.


Two attributes useful for scaling are
content-height="3" scaling="uniform"
or content-width

HTH



regards

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Dave Pawson
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