[kepler-dev] Kepler screenshots
Edward A. Lee
eal at eecs.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 6 17:46:52 PST 2006
Making port labels bigger would not work without also increasing
the spacing between ports... The port labels would overlap.
Of course, increasing both font sizes and port spacing is just
about equivalent to zooming, so I would zoom...
We could easily add a preference for font sizes for actor
labels, but I'm skeptical that this alone would be of much help.
As has been pointed out already,
if you have Adobe Acrobat, you can print to PDF.
I do this all the time to include screen shots in Latex documents.
In fact, in what is probably an indication of how far gone I am,
I sometimes use Vergil as a basic drawing program to make figures
for Latex documents, even if the figures have little to do with
Ptolemy. The resulting PDF documents can be arbitrarily scaled
without loss of resolution. Also, if you have Adobe Illustrator,
then you can open these PDF files with Illustrator and edit
At 02:31 PM 11/6/2006, Norbert Podhorszki wrote:
>A user has just asked me, after providing him with a breathtaking
>screenshot of his workflow (yes, he never saw it before, just used it :-),
>whether I can make the Actor titles (and Port titles) any bigger.
>He puts it into his SC06 presentation, where he explains how Kepler makes
>impossible things possible for him...
>Is there any hidden parameter of the workflow that controls the font
>More generally, after making about the one hundredth screenshot in my
>short keplerlife, I would like to make scalable graphics instead of PNG in
>They can be scaled better in presentations and publications.
>Do you know a way to do this? Could Kepler save its screen into PS/SVG/WMF?
> Norbert Podhorszki
> University of California, Davis
> Department of Computer Science
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Edward A. Lee
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