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Reply to: SVG and Windows 7February 24, 2012 at 9:35 pm
I think a clearer more detailed description of the issue would help people help you.
Who created the customization you are working with that enables SVG rendering in your documents? If it was not you then it might be best to submit the customization to XMetaL Support to see if they can try to help you debug it.
Or are you authoring DITA documents? (…in which case we can assume you are using an unmodified copy of XMetaL Author Enterprise)*
Where are your XML documents located?
Where are your SVG files located?
Perhaps there is some code inside the SVG that is triggering this issue. If you could provide a sample that might help.
* And we should move this posting to the board named “DITA and XMetaL Discussion”.