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Re: New version of the ISWA 2010 SVG Refinement is ready

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Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>

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SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages

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Tue, 20 Sep 2011 09:06:24 -0700

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SignWriting List
September 20, 2011

Did you all know that Adam has already created all the EPS format for the symbols? They are not put together in a font of course, but they are on our server, Steve....so if you wanted to create the EPS font from Adam's work you could - that would be wonderful -

Val ;-)

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On Sep 20, 2011, at 8:58 AM, Steve Slevinski wrote:

> Hi Alan,
> 
> On 9/20/11 12:35 AM, Alan Post wrote:
>> My target document is pdf, and I use TeX and LaTeX as my typesetting
>> system.  That system works exclusively with Encapsulated Postscript,
>> (eps), which like SVG is a vector graphics format.
> It sounds like I should add a font in EPS format...
> 
>> ImageMagick, which IIRC is used by SWIS,
> Yes, SWIS uses ImageMagick for the PNG images, but it uses plain text processing for SVG.
> 
>> Another problem I run into is that I fit each SVG image into a box in
>> my document.  Some symbols are wider than they are tall, some
>> symbols are taller than they are wide.  To get consistent formatting
>> results, I store a flag in my database saying whether the image is
>> portrait or landscape, and render it appropriately so everything
>> looks nice in the document.[1]
> Each SVG image has a specific width and height that is explicitly defined in the text file. It looks like EPS should state the bounding box for the specific size.  Instead of accessing the database, could you scrape the file to get this information?  Each box you allocate would be based on the individual symbol size times some multiplier for size.
> 
> I'm familiar with TeX and LaTeX, but never used them for an actual project.
> 
> Regards,
> -Steve
> 

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