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Re: Visible mesh edges in PDF output of 3D graphic

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I'm interested if the initail post sees this.  what exactly about the
edges of the plot show poorly?  can you post the image?  (newsgroups
used to allow files - unsure if this one does)

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your (allowing) edgeform by making graphics that show meshes (uses
edgeform) and then removing them later?  won't that leave spaces
between the polygons where the edgeforms go? (unsure if it would be
visible)

it's not necessarily Mathematica when pdf isn't perfect.  what pdf
viewer?  many aren't perfect or right version. and  is pdf installed
properly on your system?  it, are all the necessary device targes
available as adobe would and operate the same?  pdf isn't simple.
works darn good though!

well i'm sure the issue is resolved anyway



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