[tei-council] updated facsimile odd

Lou Burnard lou.burnard at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Thu Aug 9 03:36:30 EDT 2007

Conal Tuohy wrote:
> I want to stress that the units used in @coords (in my draft) and in @box (if I understand Lou's draft correctly) are not pixels, or at least are not necessarily pixels.

> Finally, since measurements are actually being made in a common coordinate space, the high- and low- resolution images in your example would actually have the same @box value. The difference in resolution could be made apparent by encoding @width and @height on the graphic (i.e. the high res image might be <graphic url="high.png" width="1000px" height="2000px"/> while the lo res image would be <graphic url="low.png" width="100px" height="100px"/>

As previously noted, this usage of @height and @width on graphic is a 
major difference in the way these attributes are currently defined.

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