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RoyPardee
Obsidian | Level 7

This code:

 

options orientation = landscape ;
ods graphics / height = 8in width = 10in ;
%let out_folder = c:\deleteme ;
ods html5 path = "&out_folder" (URL=NONE)
         body   = "deleteme.html"
         (title = "deleteme output")
         style = magnify
         nogfootnote
         device = svg
          ;
  title1 "this is a title" ;
  proc sgplot data = sashelp.class ;
    hbox age / category = sex ;
    xaxis grid ;
    yaxis grid ;
  run ;
run ;
ods _all_ close ;

Results in a title that's cut-off:

RoyPardee_0-1608163949404.png

This behavior is consistent across chrome and firefox.

I've seen e.g., this post, but I really do want SVG output with integrated titles.

Interestingly, if I take the contents of the <svg> element & save it off to an external .svg file, I can then insert that into a powerpoint slide & the title is not cut off.

This is a bug, isn't it?

4 REPLIES 4
Reeza
Super User
What happens if you add alignment options to the Title statement, mostly out of curiosity. Looks like a bug to me at first glance.
mkeintz
PROC Star

I ran your program and viewed the html file in Chrome (87.0.4280.88), Firefox (81.0.2), and Edge ( 87.0.664.60), and could not reproduce your result.  I'm running SAS 9.4 TS Level 1M6.   "Title" completely appears in all of them.

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RoyPardee
Obsidian | Level 7
Hmm--I'm on 1M4 right now, but do have access to a 1M6 install--will try there & see if I have different results.
RoyPardee
Obsidian | Level 7

Yep, looks like this was fixed in one of those maintenance releases. Compare:

RoyPardee_0-1608229281386.png

to:

RoyPardee_1-1608229311005.png

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