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Re: print produces strange results (4.0.0-rc2, Win7)

From: Martin Kunz
Subject: Re: print produces strange results (4.0.0-rc2, Win7)
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 10:23:19 +0200
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Am 14.04.2015 um 02:24 schrieb Dmitri A. Sergatskov:
​Your png and pdf files are produced by fltk backend:

 ​pdfinfo f1.pdf
Title:          glps_renderer figure
Author:         Octave
Creator:        GL2PS 1.3.8, (C) 1999-2012 C. Geuzaine
Producer:       GPL Ghostscript 9.16
CreationDate:   Mon Apr 13 10:44:27 2015
ModDate:        Mon Apr 13 10:44:27 2015

identify -verbose f2.png
      Software: GPL Ghostscript 9.16
    filename: f2.png
    verbose: true
  Tainted: False
  Filesize: 12.7KB
  Number pixels: 249K


How do you come to this conclusion? Because of the glps_renderer? I don't know much about the internals, but the figure window is drawn by the QtHandles toolkit.

​Try replacing "\" with "/" in the gnuplot_binary. ​
Yeah, that helped! My script now opens three gnuplot figures and I can use the ___cairo devices for output!
This is definitely an improvement, thanks for your help!

For frequent plotting of large data, however, gnuplot is too slow. The new QtHandles toolkit works quite nicely for plotting on the screen, so I would love to see its printing capabilities improved. I will submit bug reports on the issues described in the first post.

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