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    4 Star Lounger
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    SVG & printing from a browser

    Dear Loungers,

    I have an application that produces a collection of web pages including pictures in SVG format. This lovely in terms of scalability and navigation but I wonder how you can sensibly produce a printer friendly version of the graphic... if it's larger than the screen for readability you only get what's visible when using browser printing functionality. How has anyone resolved this?

    liz

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    Uranium Lounger
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    Re: SVG & printing from a browser

    I found the following info in this article.

    "SVG file is a text-only collection of XML commands (similar to the PostScript language). The SVG files can be edited in simple text editors like Notepad and can be generated easily from server-side tools such as CGI and Perl.

    To view SVG files you need to install a plugin from Adobe."
    <IMG SRC=http://www.wopr.com/w3tuserpics/DocWatson_sig.gif>

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