I am attempting to embed an SVG image in an XSL-FO file referenced by a URL to 
produce a PDF output stream.  I am using Fop 0.20.3 and the supplied batik.jar 
to dynamically produce the SVG image ( from a KavaChart chart ).  This approach 
works fine until I try and set a particular font in the SVG image (chart), as 
the image fonts in the resulting PDF doesn't look that great.  I have 
configured my userconfig.xml with the

settings so Fop uses the PDF fonts for SVG.  The image fonts look better, but 
the spaces between words appear like square blocks []. 

Are there any plans to enhance Fop's font rendering of SVG images, or any 
alternative workarounds I could try ?

Many Thanks,

Simon Toulson.  
Simon Toulson
CREDIT | FIRST                  
SUISSE | BOSTON                 
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