request for help getting postscript files out of grass4.0
John E. Parks
grassp-list at amber.cecer.army.mil
Thu, 20 Feb 1992 23:47:53 CST
> Just a side note: if your image is better printed in landscape mode, you can
> rotate the ppm file 90 degrees before running ppmtops instead of sending
> commands to the printer. An easy way to rotate the ppm is to insert
> pnmflip -rotate90 | into the pipe stream between xwdtopnm and ppmtops as
> described in (1), or to run pnmflip -r90 paint.ppm before running ppmtops
> as described in (2). The ppm software works very well, from my experience.
Just another side note: Theres yet another one to use... pnmrotate 90.
Like Chris said, just insert it "into the pipe stream between xwdtopnm
and ppmtops". I too think the "ppm software works very well..."
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