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Re: PDF graphics
- To: docbook at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: PDF graphics
- From: "Jens M. Felderhoff" <j dot m dot f at netcologne dot de>
- Date: 08 Mar 2000 21:14:12 +0100
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Angus Lees <email@example.com> writes:
> just fyi: apparently the TeX backends can find their own image formats..
> i changed (graphic-file) (for the print stylesheet) to:
> and left the extension off all my graphics. pdfjadetex now finds png
> or pdf, jadetex finds eps.
I applied your graphic-file redefinition to my local style
file. However, that doesn´t seem to work for me.
I created some graphic files (jpg, eps, and png). In my original
DocBook source file I had three <imagedata> elements within the
<imageobject> element, one for each image format (like in "The
I realized that the first one (jpg) was used by JadeTeX, PDFJadeTeX,
and HTML. The eps file was not used at all.
Then I applied your suggested graphic-file patch and just left one
<imagedata> element without extension and format attribute. Now all I
get are the captions.
Is there a FAQ around that describes what kind of image format to use
with what backend?
Jens M. Felderhoff
home : firstname.lastname@example.org