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From thomas.dewe...@kodak.com
Subject Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37879] - PDF SVG rendering forces stroking text (config setting broken)
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2005 13:05:33 GMT
Hi Adam,

Adam Strzelecki <ono@java.pl> wrote on 12/13/2005 07:54:13 AM:

>>> It should work with the svn versions of /both/ Fop and Batik. You 
>>> may look at [1] and [2] for details.

> Alright but I'm using FOP SVN trunk & I was trying with both
> batik-1.6.jar from TRUNK (SVN) and some nigtly of Batik (26.11) and both
> of the producing stroked fonts for my SVG files.

> Have a look at:
> http://pingu.ii.uj.edu.pl/~ono/download/fop-0.90-trunk-svg-bug/

   None of your content uses 'simple' text.  All of your
text uses child tspan's with 'x' & 'y' attributes.  This falls into
the case of complex text so we stroke the text.

> Consider that I'm not using standard PDF fonts but Garamond TT font
> embedded (set in fop.xconf). If you are running WinXP you should have 
them.

   I don't think it has anything to do with fonts...

> >> Regarding the strokeText option, it has not been implemented in the 
Trunk
> >> because its usefulness is doubtful (see [2]). Text will be rendered 
as
> >> text whenever possible, strokes will only be used as fallbacks.
> Yea this is for sure. I don't see why somebody would like to force
> stroking... ;)


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