You should be able to create a PostScript file of any width using
the "gsnPaperWidth" resource. I ran the attached NCL script
with a width setting of 25 and, upon inspection, the coordinates
in the resultant PS file are consistent with the specified
width. Could you be more specific when you say "setting the
width greater than that will just cut off the side of the iamge."
This could be an effect of your PostScript printer or viewer
rather than with the file itself.
On Oct 5, 2005, at 8:49 AM, Micah Sklut wrote:
> I have been trying to produce xlarge ps or eps images with ncl using
> res@gsnMaximize and
> res@gsnPaperWidth. I've noticed there seems to be a limit of about a
> 13.9 width and setting the
> width greater than that will just cut off the side of the iamge.
> Is it possible to output an image with a width of say 20inches?
> Or is the only alternative to create an image and then mutltiply the
> size in a image
> manipulating program?
> Thank you.
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