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1  # Configuration file for XHTMLRenderer core  # comments have been removed from this file to reduce its size; please see
2  #  #   https://xhtmlrenderer.dev.java.net/source/browse/xhtmlrenderer/src/conf/xhtmlrenderer.conf
3  # Follows formatting specified in JavaDoc for java.util.Properties  # Based on $Id: xhtmlrenderer.conf,v 1.49 2009/03/22 15:13:23 pdoubleya Exp $
 #   key = value  
 #  
 # If you define a key in this file, the later one will be used  
 # Comments are ignored, start the line with a # sign.  
 # Feel free to comment liberally  
 #  
 # Naming convention: prefix all keys with  
 # xr.  
 # e.g. xr.render-speed = SUPER_FAST  
4    
 # CSS / CASCADE  
 #  
 # Location of user-agent "default" CSS for renderer  
5  xr.css.user-agent-default-css = /resources/css/  xr.css.user-agent-default-css = /resources/css/
6    
 # Format for logging when XRSimpleLogFormatter is used as the log output  
 # formatter. The format string for this key follows  
 # java.text.MessageFormat. The following replaceable parameters are  
 # substituted into the output message string; you can use one, all--at a  
 # minimum, you probably want the log record message. A newline is  
 # automatically added at the end of each message.  
 #  
 #    {0}  String.valueOf(record.getMillis()),  
 #    {1}  record.getLoggerName(),  
 #    {2}  record.getLevel().toString(),  
 #    {3}  record.getSourceClassName(),  
 #    {4}  record.getSourceMethodName(),  
 #    {5}  record.getMessage()  
 #    {6}  record.getThrown().getName()  
 #    {7}  record.getThrown().getMessage()  
 #    {8}  record.getThrown() stack trace  
 #  
 # Two formats, for with and without exception  
 xr.simple-log-format = {1} {2}:: {5}  
 xr.simple-log-format-throwable = {1} {2}:: {5}  
   
   
 # Values used for testing Configuration, do not modify  
 xr.test-config-byte = 8  
 xr.test-config-short = 16  
 xr.test-config-int = 100  
 xr.test-config-long = 2000  
 xr.test-config-float = 3000.25F  
 xr.test-config-double = 4000.50D  
 xr.test-config-boolean = true  
   
   
 # XR logging behavior. Follows conventions in  
 # java.util.logging.LogManager. See there for details.  
 #  
 # The prefix for all entries here should be  
 #  xr.util-logging.  
   
 #  
7  # ENABLE OR DISABLE ALL LOGGING  # ENABLE OR DISABLE ALL LOGGING
 #   set to false to turn all Flying Saucer logging off, regardless of  
 #   other settings; corresponds to static method XRLog.setLoggingEnabled(bool);  
 #  
8  xr.util-logging.loggingEnabled=false  xr.util-logging.loggingEnabled=false
9    xr.simple-log-format = {1} {2}:: {5}
10  # Handlers  xr.simple-log-format-throwable = {1} {2}:: {5}
 # See JDK documentation for the Logging API; this is a space-separated list of class names that extend the  
 # java.util.logging.Handler class. Each class named here will be instantiated and assigned to the each FS  
 # logger (not the root logger, as the JDK log-properties load mechanism would do it).  
11  xr.util-logging.handlers=java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler  xr.util-logging.handlers=java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler
   
 # Whether our loggers should send their log messages to their parent's handlers as well  
 # In our case, we don't want this, because our log messages will be sent to the handlers  
 # of the root logger, which will log the message as well  
12  xr.util-logging.use-parent-handler=false  xr.util-logging.use-parent-handler=false
   
 # Log level--you can assign a log level to the handler which processes log messages.  
 # By default, we assign a level to the console handler we attach to our loggers.  
 # See the JDK Logging API documentation.  
 #  
 # The default logging level for new ConsoleHandler instances  
13  xr.util-logging.java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level=INFO  xr.util-logging.java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.level=INFO
   
 # Log formatter--you can assign a class to format the output of log messages.  
 # Each instance is assigned to a log Handler *which must be one of those listed in the handlers property  
 # above.  
 #  
 # The default formatter for new ConsoleHandler instances.  
 # Default for the JDK, uncomment to use.  
 # java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.formatter=java.util.logging.SimpleFormatter  
 # XR log formatter  
14  xr.util-logging.java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.formatter=org.xhtmlrenderer.util.XRSimpleLogFormatter  xr.util-logging.java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler.formatter=org.xhtmlrenderer.util.XRSimpleLogFormatter
15    
 # Log levels  
 #    NOTE: the name of this property is .level in the logging spec, hence the two ..  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.config.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.exception.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.general.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.init.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.load.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.load.xml-entities.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.match.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.cascade.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.css-parse.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.layout.level = ALL  
 xr.util-logging.org.xhtmlrenderer.render.level = ALL  
   
   
 # resource loading  
 #   full classname for the SAX parser to use; should be an implementation  
 #   of org.xml.sax.XMLReader  
 #   leave blank or "default" to use JDK default parser  
 #  
 #   piccolo: com.bluecast.xml.Piccolo  
 #   tagsoup: org.ccil.cowan.tagsoup.Parser  
16  xr.load.xml-reader=default  xr.load.xml-reader=default
   
 #   : parser features  
 #  
 #   not all features are supported by all parsers. if the feature is not supported  
 #   , but you request it, the parser will throw an exception and FS will just log that  
 #   and keep going. check logs to see if you need to turn these features off. you can  
 #   skip all features by setting configure-features to false  
   
 #   whether features should be set at all  
17  xr.load.configure-features=false  xr.load.configure-features=false
   
 #   whether pages should be validated against DTD or schema  
 #   ! careful: this will be very picky; pages will be rejected  
 #   NOTE! Piccolo will throw an error if validation is on--not supported  
18  xr.load.validation=false  xr.load.validation=false
   
 #   whether parser should try to use string.intern  
 #   this is experimental, currently only for developers  
 #   NOTE!: Piccolo will throw an error if interning is set to true--strings auto-intern'd  
19  xr.load.string-interning=false  xr.load.string-interning=false
   
 #   namespace support works such that one of the two features must be true, and the other false  
 #  
 #   whether parser should pass namespace info in during parsing  
 #   this is experimental, currently only for developers  
20  xr.load.namespaces=false  xr.load.namespaces=false
   
 #   whether parser should pass namespace attributes declaration attributes during parsing  
 #   this is experimental, currently only for developers  
21  xr.load.namespace-prefixes=false  xr.load.namespace-prefixes=false
22    
23  # layout controls  # layout controls
24  xr.layout.whitespace.experimental = true  xr.layout.whitespace.experimental = true
25  xr.layout.bad-sizing-hack = false  xr.layout.bad-sizing-hack = false
   
26  # rendering controls  # rendering controls
27  xr.renderer.viewport-repaint=true  xr.renderer.viewport-repaint=true
28  xr.renderer.draw.backgrounds = true  xr.renderer.draw.backgrounds = true
29  xr.renderer.draw.borders = true  xr.renderer.draw.borders = true
30  xr.renderer.debug.box-outlines = false  xr.renderer.debug.box-outlines = false
   
 # text rendering controls using Java2D renderer (default when rendering to Swing panels)  
 #    scaling factor for rendering text; 1.25 would be "25% larger than default"  
31  # was originally 1.0, use 0.9 to get same as JEditorPane  # was originally 1.0, use 0.9 to get same as JEditorPane
32  xr.text.scale=0.9  xr.text.scale=0.9
   
 #    at what font-size should AA kick in. for older JVMs AA is very expensive and slow--set this to  
 #    a high value (like 25); for JDK 6, smoke tests show that AA is basically low-cost for Flying Saucer  
 #    we set it to a high value for the benefit of users still on JDK 1.4  
33  xr.text.aa-fontsize-threshhold=25  xr.text.aa-fontsize-threshhold=25
   
 #    when using Java2D for rendering, hint to renderer for AA algorithm to use  
34  xr.text.aa-rendering-hint=RenderingHints.VALUE_TEXT_ANTIALIAS_HGRB  xr.text.aa-rendering-hint=RenderingHints.VALUE_TEXT_ANTIALIAS_HGRB
   
 # whether or not to cache stylesheets  
 # note that there is currently no way to remove  
 # stylesheets from the cache  
35  xr.cache.stylesheets=false  xr.cache.stylesheets=false
   
 ### a bunch of properties used to turn on and off the incremental  
 ###layout features  
36  xr.incremental.enabled=false  xr.incremental.enabled=false
   
 # use lazy asynchronous image resources instead of normal synchronous ones  
37  xr.incremental.lazyimage = false  xr.incremental.lazyimage = false
   
 # adds a per block delay of N milleseconds  
38  xr.incremental.debug.layoutdelay=0  xr.incremental.debug.layoutdelay=0
   
 # prints how long each repaint takes  
39  xr.incremental.repaint.print-timing=false  xr.incremental.repaint.print-timing=false
   
 # whether or not the threads be used  
 # if false, xr.incremental.enabled is also  
 # implicitly false  
40  xr.use.threads=false  xr.use.threads=false
   
 # whether or not link and hover listeners will be used.  
41  xr.use.listeners=true  xr.use.listeners=true
   
 # if BufferedImage should be use  
 # Note: On VMs and platforms with the most up-to-date acceleration techniques,  
 #       BufferedImage performs better, but there were serious performance  
 #       regressions due to differences in when/if images are accelerated or  
 #       not by the VM. In particular, we observed some serious regressions on  
 #       Windows even on simple pages like our splash screen. See  
 #       https://xhtmlrenderer.dev.java.net/servlets/ReadMsg?list=dev&msgNo=3307  
 # defaults to false  
42  xr.image.buffered=false  xr.image.buffered=false
43    xr.image.scale=MID
 # image loading  
 # on loading images that need to be scaled  
 #    on scaling, whether to use LOW, MID or HIGH-quality process. defaults to HIGH  
 xr.image.scale=LOW  
   
 #    on scaling, what rendering hints to use; must be one of the rendering hints that corresponds to  
 #    RenderingHints.KEY_INTERPOLATION (e.g. RenderingHints.VALUE_INTERPOLATION_NEAREST_NEIGHBOR  
 #    VALUE_INTERPOLATION_BILINEAR or VALUE_INTERPOLATION_BICUBIC. Defaults to NEAREST_NEIGHBOR  
44  xr.image.render-quality=java.awt.RenderingHints.VALUE_INTERPOLATION_NEAREST_NEIGHBOR  xr.image.render-quality=java.awt.RenderingHints.VALUE_INTERPOLATION_NEAREST_NEIGHBOR
   
 # Based on $Id: xhtmlrenderer.conf,v 1.49 2009/03/22 15:13:23 pdoubleya Exp $  

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