I have rebulit from SVN. It turns out that my problem only happens
with really large fonts. I am using Darren's new font size
specification with font.size = 18 or 24 and
everything else set to medium or large:
axes.titlesize : large # fontsize of the axes title
axes.labelsize : medium # fontsize of the x any y labels
xtick.labelsize : medium # fontsize of the tick labels
ytick.labelsize : medium # fontsize of the tick labels
legend.fontsize : medium
(I really like that new size scheme Darren.)
with font.size = 18, things are o.k. with 24, they are clipped on the
screen, in the pdf, and even a little in the png.
This may be closely related to what Steve just posted.
with18pt.pdf (19.9 KB)
with24pt.pdf (20.1 KB)
On 3/6/06, Ryan Krauss <ryanlists@...287...> wrote:
The problem is in both. I will build from svn and see what happens.
On 3/6/06, Darren Dale <dd55@...163...> wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> On Monday 06 March 2006 5:50 pm, Ryan Krauss wrote:
> > I have a small problem when saving figures with
> > savefig.facecolor : gray #white # figure facecolor when saving
> > savefig.edgecolor : gray #white # figure edgecolor when saving
> > set in my rc file.
> > If I run
> > t=arange(0,1,0.1)
> > y=sin(2*pi*t)
> > plot(t,y)
> > xlabel('Time (sec)')
> > ylabel('amplitude')
> > savefig('gray.eps')
> > and then epstopdf gray.eps, I get the attached file with the gray
> > border not going quite low enough. This doesn't occur when saving
> > .png. It also seems to be o.k. if I just use xlabel('time') without
> > the parenthesis and uppercase T.
> > I am including the figures in a Latex beamer presenation with a dark
> > background and I need the gray border for visability.
> > I tried switching to gs-8.50, but the problem didn't do away. I am
> > using version 0.86.2 which is probably cvs from a month ago.
> I cant reproduce your problem using the most recent checkout from svn. How
> does your eps file look, does the problem only exist in the pdf?
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