On Monday 12 March 2007 21:44, Ryan Underwood wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 02, 2007 at 04:25:37PM -0600, Ryan Underwood wrote:
> > > EPS is a vector format, so it cannot have jaggies or lack
> > > thereof. It's just that your EPS viewer rasterizes EPS for you
> > > with jaggies. Try another EPS viewer.
> > What do you recommend? The LaTeX output has jaggies even in
> > xdvi. gv and gimp all look the same. In Windows, the whole
> > document rendered to dvi looks fine.
Dvi output could be part of the problem. If you output the Inkscape
file as eps, convert that to pdf using e.g., Ghostscript's ps2pdf,
and bring the pdf file into pdftex or Context or (possibly) pdflatex
then it ought to clear things up. I never use LaTeX so I
say "possibly." I know that pdftex & Context will handle it.
> Actually, I should say the diagram itself looks fine on Win32, but
> the fonts are a different story. But that problem should be on
> LaTeX side, because I am trying to use a TTF font in the inkscape
> diagram. I still find no way to have acceptable output of the
> diagram structure *itself* using inkscape on Linux, only on Win32.
Try printing out the page. It could be a viewer problem as has been
suggested. I have discovered Kpdf which has many virtues compared
with Xpdf or even Acrobat Reader.
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