I opened your subplottest.pdf with both kpdf and adobe reader, and the figure
looked fine with each.
On Friday 20 January 2006 12:39 am, Ryan Krauss wrote:
> I am having a slight problem with the ps backend and printing the
> figure after including it in a LaTeX document. If I run the attached
> script psbackend_test.py, it generates a fairly simple semilogx
> subplot(212) plot. I generate plots of this format a lot. This
> script saves test.eps (the usetex option is true in my matplotlibrc).
> If I run epstopdf on just the figure and open it up in acroread and
> print just the figure, it prints correctly. But if I include the
> figure in a LaTeX document, the frame around the lower sub-figure does
> not print. Can anyone else reproduce this behavior and does anyone
> know how to fix it?
> I printed the LaTeX file from acroread generated using pdflatex and
> latex->dvips->ps2pdf with the same lack of frame.
> Here are some other parameters from my matplotlibrc that may help
> understand the problem:
> text.color : black
> text.usetex : True # use tex/latex for all text handling.
> See http://matplotlib.sf.net/matplotlib.texmanager.html
> text.tex.engine : latex # tex is faster, but latex is required to
> use special font packages
> # ps backend params
> ps.papersize : letter # executive, letter, legal, ledger,
> A0-A10, B0-B6, C0-C6
> ps.useafm : False # use of afm fonts -- breaks mathtext but
> results in small files
> #ps.usedistiller : False # can be: None, ghostscript or xpdf
> ps.usedistiller : xpdf #False # can be: None, ghostscript or xpdf
> # Experimental: may produce
> smaller files.
> # xpdf intended for
> production of publication quality files,
> # but requires ghostscript,
> xpdf and ps2eps
> ps.distiller.res : 6000 # dpi
Darren S. Dale, Ph.D.