Re: full color ghostview ?
On Tue, Aug 17, 1999 at 11:52:02AM -0400, Sergey V Kovalyov wrote:
> > This sounds like a font problem. Do you have the font packages
> > installed for ghostscript?
> No, this is not the font problem, fonts look ok (please, look at my
> original post).
> The problem is that gv (and the family) produce horrible dithered images
> and do it very slowly. It seems that ghostscript's x11 device is to blame.
> So I was wondering if there is alternative pastscript viewer with a
> similar capabilities, which does not suffer from the dithering.
> Xv looks good, but it does not support multiple pages.
> If you've seen GSview for windows - this is how it should look like.
>From what I've read, you want anti-aliasing. With gs use the command
line switch -sDEVICE=x11alpha instead of the normal (implicit)
-sDEVICE=x11. In gv you can enable anti-aliasing through a menu option
(State -> Antialiasing). AFAIK, ghostview has no support for enabling
Hope it helps,