Hello Allin Cottrell and Ethan Merritt
> I have a cvs version of the gnuplot in which the pngpango
> terminal is available. However, I myself does not use bitmap
> based terminal (In case of bitmap graph is required, I always
> use eps term and translate eps to png or jpeg).
> Please show me a script to relveal your problem.
> I'll try to test on my cvs version of gnuplot.
Thank you. There's a gnuplot script (along with examples of PNG
I have tested for both gnuplot built on MinGW and Cygwin-1.7.
I understand what you would like to say to see the differnce in both png files.
0024 deffont2TMwin.png, 14,992 bytes, 2009-11-03
0025 deffont2TMcyg.png, 13,197 bytes, 2009-11-03
deffont2TMwin.png is similar to deffont2.png on your web.
For a png file produced by the gnuplot for cygwin-1.7 looks fine.
As you pointed out, this problem is intrisic to pngcairo on at least MinGW.
I do not know how gnuplot built by MSVC will give results.
For pdfcairo, pdf outputs are fine for both gnuplot on MinGW and on Cygwin-1.7
0026 deffont2TMwin.pdf, 6,762 bytes, 2009-11-03
0027 deffont2TMcyg.pdf, 8,641 bytes, 2009-11-03
I have tried your recent version (31 October) under linux+wine.
I find that it has a strange problem with all fonts.
The font in the image is extremely large, maybe 100 times (?) larger than requested.
This makes it impossible to check for the specific problem that
Allin refers to.
Of course, the problem I see may be an artifact of testing under linux + wine,
rather than MSWin. Does it behave properly under MSWin?
It would be a little bit bigger than that expected as shown deffont2TMwin.png in the above but not 100
times on windows XP Home sp3.
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