Allin Cottrell schrieb:
On Thu, 10 Sep 2009, Talha Yalta wrote:
We now (CVS) carry across the user's choice of font from PNG
to PDF, if gnuplot supports the pngcairo and pdfcairo terminals
(since both of these employ fontconfig). That support is present
by default for gretl on Windows and OS X, but on Linux it requires
CVS gnuplot 4.3.
It's already interesting to know that it's not "pdf" but
which matters. And enabling this is of course great news! As it happens,
I actually was trying this on Windows (at work), so I can live with not
having it on Linux for now.
In addition (but this one is not a change) the user's choice of
line width should carry over. This may require a little manual
tweaking: the differing device resolution may mean that you have
to "exaggerate" a thicker line width to make it visible in PDF or
Ah, also good to know! I will try it out eventually.
As for gnuplot documentation not being readily accessible (Sven),
I have to disgree: google "gnuplot documentation" and click "I
feel lucky!". It's all there.
sorry what I meant wasn't "not available" but "not easily
understandable", "confusing". I think you even agreed on that a while