Mhmm, it doesn't work here, even if i put the external-graphic in a table-cell that has i.e. the size 4cm the SVG is scaled to the full body width. But i found out something interesting:

The height of the table cell (with the svg image) is calculated correctly. The height of the cell is the expected height of the svg image. So fop seems to calculate the width and height of the image correctly, only the svg has the wrong size...

BTW: There is no difference between 0.20.5rc and 0.20.4...

Is it possible that the problem is the SVG image itself???

Timo J.Pietschmann wrote:

Timo Haberkern wrote:

i try to embedd an external svg graphic to my pdf file.I used the following lines in my stylesheet:

<fo:external-graphic space-before="0.1cm" width="5cm">
<xsl:attribute name="src">
<xsl:value-of select="eo_256"/> <!-- file name of the svg image -->
<xsl:attribute name="width">5cm</xsl:attribute> </fo:external-graphic>

The result is not as expected. It seems FOP ignores the width attribute. The embedded SVG image is scaled to the maximum width (xsl-region-body-width). Any solutions for scaling an external svg graphic?? What did i wrong?

Code like the above works for me. THere are however some issues
with SVG image scaling. the easiest way to control them is to
use both the same height and width in an absolute measurement
on both the fo:external-graphics aand the svg:svg element:
 <fo:external-graphic width="5cm" height="2cm" src="foo.svg"/>
 <svg:svg width="5cm" height="2cm" xmlns:svg="...


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