I tried that before. It gives a filled white frame
> without border line. I checked that using skencil and
> pstoedit to convert into skencil's own format.
> Btw. I'm using a smaller figure size than the default
> and the eps always contains a small polygon with 4
> nodes down at the left bottom of larger page which is
> about DIN A4/US Letter which makes the bounding box
> unnecessary big.
You might want to try again. This is pretty much guaranteed to work.
The Figure.draw method in figure.py reads:
if self.frameon: self.figurePatch.draw(renderer)
I don't see how the patch can be drawn if frameon is false...