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13-05-2008 09:13 . am   |   View his/her posts only

While exporting drawing file as EPS image, can the pixel of the image appearance be selected?






Yes. Enter the Export command on the command line and select the format as EPS to export. Then on the Tools drop-down list menu, select Option to pop up the Postscript Exporting options dialog box. Now the pixel of the image can be adjusted as you wish. By the way, the Plot command can be used to generate the EPS file as well with ZWCAD Vitual Eps Plotter1.0.

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12-05-2008 08:29 . am   |   View his/her posts only

Wow, that's nice to know, thank you, Rab. Smile We learn something new every day with you around ;)

So there's no need to print it in eps, unless you want to arrange your layout with other views.BTW, coul you explain what it EPSI preview. Is it better than TIFF preview for exporting to Photoshop?

And, incidentally, the option is a bit hidden, isn't it?

thanks again,

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12-05-2008 10:08 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
Hello, Maker. As I know, EPSI is one format of the vector graphic and it's mainly used to store the file used to print. But TIFF is one format of label graphic, most of the files from Graphics Application can be compressed as TIFF format and they are usually used as the switching format among different Graphics Application. The above description is my view to the two formats. If you have some other views, please share with us freely. ClapClapTongueSmile Rab Liu2008-05-12 22:12:47

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Thanks Rab. I'll check out whether it makes any difference in Photoshop/Gimp, when I get the time.

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13-05-2008 09:14 . am   |   View his/her posts only
Thanks Rab. I'll check out whether it makes any difference while editing in Photoshop/Gimp, when I get the time.
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