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Re: PNG Inline graphics
First off, Norm, thanks for the guidance... I appreciate the
time you've taken to answer my somewhat elementary questions.
You'd make a good teacher...
After reading your response and then going back to the
documentation, I was able to figure out inline and block
graphics working with both fileref and entityref attributes..
> No, notations are a way of declaring the content of an external
> entity, but few SGML/XML processing systems really care about the
> information. At best, they are a good idea that was never fully
Why is that? Also, in the documentation you recommend using
entityref over fileref... why is that?
> | ...I assume from what you are saying, that Jade does not support
> | PNG out of the box... any options?
> Uh, that's a stylesheet bug, I guess. Are you using a customized
> stylesheet or the distribution directly from nwalsh.com?
> My guess is that you're using a custom stylesheet that has
> (define %graphic-default-extension% "gif")
> In that case, also add the declaration:
> (define %graphic-extensions%
> '("gif" "jpg" "jpeg" "tif" "tiff" "eps" "epsf" "png"))<itemizedlist>
You're right, I modified dbparam.dsl to add "png" as you
it worked for html once I added the PNG notation,
but not for print. LaTeX blows up with this error message:
! LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in
/home/httpd/html/images/gEDA_logo.png (no BoundingBox).
Is there any way around this?
P.S I've had my copy of the Definitive Guide for 2 weeks now
it's already growin' dog ears.