[scribus] Working with 1bit black & white line art
stmstmstmster at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 14:17:49 UTC 2012
another idea ... could it be your Mac OS printer driver? Maybe your
graphics is somehow to large for your driver so it is "downsampled" in the
printerdriver? Maybe you shold try it on another printer and/or another
2012/9/24 a.l.e <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch>
> are you sure that preview / acrobat is not scaling your pages?
> I think the issue must be resampling. I don't think Scribus will
>>> resample unless told so (setting the maximum DPI), so the resampling
>>> (or anti-aliasing?) might take place during print.
>> Well, Erich and Peter have interesting comments. Thank you. Obviously, I
>> don't ask Scribus to resample my pictures.
>> A good way to test is probably to view the PDF on screen and zoom in
>>> (400-800% zoom).
>> That's one of the first thing I verified, that's why I'm maybe wrong to
>> accuse Scribus. The zoomed PDF looks like the original TIFF files on the
>> screen, not resampled. After that, I've looked at the preferences of
>> Acrobat and Viewer on MacOS, and I tried to print the document on three
>> different laser printers. I've got always the same result. When I print my
>> tiff files directly from GIMP, they look perfect on paper. I really don't
>> know what to do! I've also read other threads, without satisfactory
>> answers: http://lists.scribus.net/**pipermail/scribus/2012-July/**
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