oregon at chaos.ATS.ORST.EDU
Wed Oct 26 18:13:12 EDT 1994
If I remember correctly, the bounding box is on a separate layer. You can
enter each layer and manipulate the objects on each layer, or just delete the
layer. Usually you can tell the correct layer because there is only one
object, the bounding box. I've found IslandDraw a bit flaky in moving between
layers, but this should work.
Oregon State University
> In article <9410252026.AA03421 at chaos.ats.orst.edu>,
> oregon at chaos.ATS.ORST.EDU (George Taylor) writes:
> > I've imported ps.map output into IslandDraw, modified/added text or vectors
> > and printed to an HP Phaser II postscript printer. I've not attempted to
> > modify the raster layer from within IslandDraw/IslandPaint other than
> > resizing. From what I've been told, you can get a demo version to
> > test IslandDraw's capabilities.
> I use IslandDraw quite a bit for this purpose also. George: one question --
> when I import a ps.map generated eps object into IslandDraw, it always has a
> box (the Postscript bounding box?) around it. Do you know of a way to get
> rid of the box (using either ps.map or IslandDraw)?
> Bob Harrington
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