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Element graphics


Content Model



NameTypeDefault Value
style CDATA None
scale CDATA None
class CDATA None
kind Enumeration:
xml:lang NMTOKEN None
id ID None
file CDATA Required
basefontsize CDATA None

Parameter Entities

The following parameter entities contain graphics: indexinline, inline


This includes a graphics that is taken from file (without file name extension). kind is interpreted as follows:

is an EPS file with correct bounding box.
is a JPEG bitmap with correct dpi resolution information.
is a JPEG bitmap like "bitmap" with an equally big EPS vector image that is printed over the bitmap as a label layer. The EPS file has the file name file plus an `l'.
is a LaTeX fragment read in directly. It may be e.g. Gnuplot output.

Eventually the XML processor must see how to interpret kind. I explain here the way my current tbook tools go.

basefontsize may be "10pt", "11pt" or "12pt". Sometimes one changes the global font size in a document which may make all Psfrag labels look ugly, namely too big or too small. Or one graphics migrate from one document to another with a different main font size. With basefontsize you can switch locally to the old font size. Of course, you can also use this attribute to change the label size for a certain graphics.


aphorism, caption, cell, cite, closing, em, figure, footnote, frontmatter, heading, idx, item, ix, ix2, legalnotice, mathref, multipar, opening, p, pageref, proof, psfrag, quote, ref, subject, subtitle, term, theorem, title, to, verse, visual, vref, wrap




<graphics kind="overlay" file="wafer1">
  <psfrag tag="GaAs"><ch>GaAs</ch></psfrag>
  <psfrag tag="AlAs"><ch>AlAs</ch></psfrag>
  <psfrag tag="4mu"><unit>4 µm</unit></psfrag>
  <psfrag tag="top layer"/>

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