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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: EPS images in ODF documents


Le 30/01/2011 10:47, Magnus Johansson a écrit :
Thank you, Fernand, for your reply. However, I have not been able to get
better EPS images by printing to a PDF file. The problem is not coupled to
PDF export, although OOo's built-in PDF export is not very good either. The
problem is the poor quality of the inserted EPS images in the actual ODT
document, both on screen and on print-out.

Regarding using another format than EPS: For image creation I use an
application that can only export to EPS.
Hi,

PDF export of EPS images exports the preview. If you want a good result
you may want insert an high resolution preview in your EPS image.
Using linked pictures instead of inserted pictures make easier to work
with low resolution previews during edition and high resolution preview
when your doc is finished and you want make a beautiful pdf.

Try that: Defines two sets of EPS pictures, one with low resolution
preview and the second with high resolution. Make a symbolic link to the
first one with a generic name. Link yours EPS images using the path to
the symbolic link. To have high resolution preview in your doc, remake
the symbolic link to the second one and reload your doc.

Best regards
JBF

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