[GRASS-user] editing grass postscript maps

Moritz Lennert mlennert at club.worldonline.be
Wed May 16 03:39:19 EDT 2007

On 15/05/07 21:53, Tyler Smith wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm working on getting my GRASS maps ready for publication. I've
> worked my way through ps.map successfully, with eight nice maps. I'd
> like to make a single plate with all eight maps. I usually do my
> graphics editing with Gimp or Inkscape. However, in Gimp the maps are
> very grainy, which I imagine is a consequence of their being converted
> from ps to bitmap format. When I try to open them in Inkscape the
> vectors come out nice and clear, but the raster layers are completely
> absent. I've tried opening them, importing them, and converting them
> to svg manually using pstoedit, all with pretty much the same result.

You've received many other valid recommendations, but as ultimate 
solution you could also export vector and raster layers separately and 
the put them back together in inkscape.


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