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Re: Plots -> EPS -> Corel Draw

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  • Subject: [mg43663] Re: Plots -> EPS -> Corel Draw
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 06:00:43 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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export a pdf and import the pdf into Corel Draw.
Enter the correct True Type Fonts
when Corel Draw ask for the unknown Mathematica


Thomas Manz wrote:
> Hello!
> The best method to get Mathematica plots in Corel Draw seems to be the
> eps-format. But when plotting dashed curves Corel has problems because
> one curve is often imported as several lines and so the dashing can be
> very unregularly.
> sinus = Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, Pi}, PlotStyle -> Dashing[{0.070, 0.038}]]
> Export["D:\\sinus.eps", sinus, "EPS"]
> Importing this in Corel produces an error in the dashing at x=2.6.
> The reason for this seems to be a postscript-macro called "Mistroke"
> which cuts the curve in two parts.
> What does this macro do and do I need it?
> Does  a "Mathematica solution" exist or must I remove the "Mistroke"
> with a script?
> I added the definition of this macro but for me this is too much
> postscript!

> Thanks for your help!
> Best regards
> Thomas Manz

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