I took your FO file and stripped out everything but
the SVG portion (i.e., everything within
<fo:instream-foreign-object>), and renamed the file

Next, I ran Batik's Squiggle SVG browser on this
test.svg--I got the same undesired result within
Squiggle--a yellow rectangle--as you got in the PDF
document.  So the problem does not appear to be with
FOP--at least on this issue--but with either your SVG
or with Batik.

FOP uses Batik for SVG--if your SVG portion is not
working with Batik/Squiggle, it won't work with FOP. 
Batik is another library, another team--I don't handle

In this debugging, what I need next from you is an SVG
file using Batik extension elements that runs fine in
Squiggle, but when put within FOP
<fo:instream-foreign-object>, won't run.  If you can
do that, then we can resume debugging within FOP.  If
you *can't* get there--i.e., Squiggle isn't doing
anything with those extension elements--then you may
need to start directing some questions to the Batik
user list to find out what the problem is.


--- Glen Mazza <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I think I got the same result you did.  I'll look
> into
> the problem.
> Glen
> --- Jay Chiu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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