I'm experiencing a weird problem with the bounding box of my eps files.
I have a script that produces my plots and saves them as eps files.
For some reason the x coordinate of the bounding box is negative.
The bounding box of the files are: %%BoundingBox: -54 36 666 756
Then, when I try to print or show these files with gv they are clipped at
the left side.
I found the translate command on the EPS file format specification, so I
added: 54 0 translate to the eps header.
Everything looked ok until I tried to include these files in a tex/ps
document. Now they get clipped on the right side! I've tried and googled
several things and can't get it to work.
Does anyone knows what is going on?
Thanks in advance
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