[R-SIG-Mac] filled.contours and quartz() problem
simon.urbanek at r-project.org
Fri Oct 30 16:38:05 CET 2009
On Oct 30, 2009, at 11:05 , Joerg van den Hoff wrote:
> has someone tried `filled.contours' with a `quartz' device?
> for me, contrary to using `X11' the display is corrupted by
> visible rendering of all contour lines (looks as if `contour'
> output is overlayed on the image with a thin line width in a
> whitish color) as well as the pixel boundaries .
> the same happens, when I first draw to `X11' and then
> `dev.print' to a pdf-file: with `gv' under X everything looks fine,
> using `PreView' under Aqua looks like the `quartz' ouput.
> I know that Apple's pdf rendering engine used to be buggy (don't know
> if this is still true) but I'm not sure that this is the reason.
> it seems that somehow gaps of one screen-pixel are introduced between
> the constant-color patches.
> is this known? can something be done about this?
> ps: partly the problems occur with `image', too: here the quartz
> of looks ok, but viewing the same image after dev.print(pdf) shows the
> image pixels separated by (I presume one) screen-pixel gaps. viewing
> the pdf-output with `xpdf' on a linux machine showed similar
> R-SIG-Mac mailing list
> R-SIG-Mac at stat.math.ethz.ch
More information about the R-SIG-Mac