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I have a problem with the eps figures produced. I do not know exactly what the source is. When I create an ps/eps file at 'postscript enh' terminal of gnuplot; I can see the figures in GSview with proper orientation. But when I insert these in LYX the figures appear rotated. When I compile a PDF from the LYX, again the figures look properly as in GSview.
Before I never used to have this problem, and was able to see the EPS figures with proper orientation in LYX.
Where do you think the problem can be?
So far as I know, all *.eps files are in the same orientation.
To rotate it in LyX:
- click on the embedded graphic
- select the "graphics" tab from the resulting popup window
- type in 90 or 270 in the Rotate Graphics angle field
I just figured a solution for this. The terminal has to be defined as 'set term post eps' and the output should be set to an .eps file. Thank it's working properly.