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jagged edges

From: Eric Hamacher <eric.hamacher@enetrix.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 15:51:30 -0500
Message-ID: <CDC26C59B5B0E74E8276FE547CEC34340C47CBC5@RENTXBE01.rent.local>
To: <www-svg@w3c.org>
 

I have have an SVG image that  I am writing to a PDF using Batik.   I am
also using Batik to add dynamic paths to the image.  I don't think this
is a Batik issue.  

The problem:  All of the elements in my image look great except for one
.. . .  a star I drew from a compound line element.  Here is the code for
it:

 

<path
style="opacity:0.47222218;fill:#ef0000;fill-opacity:0.47222218;stroke:#0
00000;stroke-width:0;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:4;stroke-da
sharray:none;stroke-opacity:1" id="starA" d="M 60,-19.31 L 29.96,10.14 L
36.68,51.09 L 0,32.01 L -36.68,51.09 L -29.96,10.14 L -60,-19.31 L
-18.61,-24.52 L 0,-61.79 L 18.61,-24.52 L 60,-19.31"></path>

 

No matter where the star appears in my image, it is rough and jagged.
(I know that elements can appear jagged as a function of their position
within the image, that is, when it is processed by a third party).

 

Is there a setting I can use to force a smooth draw of my star?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

Regards,

Eric Hamacher

 

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