Free Download GSview – A graphical interface for Ghostscript. able to load and edit files in Portable Document Format, PS and EPS as well. 1. Exit GSview, then append to the GSview INI file (c:\windows\ gsviewini). 2. Add (and optionally ) file types to the Registry. EPS files cannot contain a media size request. In the absence of any media size request Ghostscript uses the default. However.. From the documentation.
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This process can sgview done using the batch file as follows. The EPS contains its size bounding box as integers, so rounding the size upwards. You can try and add the hi-resolution bounding box header which contains the size as floating point numbers.
However, it depends on the used tool which of the two are used. You can then simply replace the original headers with the updated one.
There might be tools which do this for you e. I wrote my own Perl script called fixbb once which does nothing else then calling gs like above and replacing the headers. As workaround you could make sure that your diagrams are drawn using ep not ptat least the outer rectangle.
This saves you some steps e. However, I still get a white border at the right and top. Another option is keep the image as it is right now and trim off the excess padding when it’s put into your document. If, for example, your picture is called MyPicture.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How to fix EPS with incorrect bounding epz How to fix the bounding box? You can get these headers calculated by Ghostscript using: I use neither fixbb nor eps2eps.
Instead, I used epstool. I knew there was a tool which made me stop using my own fixbbbut couldn’t recall it. I stopped using EPS years ago. I knew epstool by reading the source of your fixbb.
For example, see what happens to your picture with this code: True, but the OP seems to want to use it as standalone file and not re-include it in a LaTeX document. Also you would need to adjust the trim values for every picture manually.