EEasley Posted July 25, 2012 Share Posted July 25, 2012 I am trying to save an image file from GT Plot as a scalable vector graphic file. The problem I am having with GT Plot (which could be a great modification to the graphics software) is that I am trying to change the colors of several mineral saturation curves. It isn't really possible to use the image files as is, because the program plots the mineral name on top of it's saturation curve, so it becomes very confusing which mineral name belongs to which curve. If I use the files this way in a paper or presentation, it would be a nightmare trying to figure out which curve belongs to which label. So, all I simply need is an explanation of how to individually change the line color, or info on how to save the image file in GT Plot as a svg. The option the save an image file as an SVG appears in the dropdown box for the file extension type, however every time I click on the svg option, it sends an error report and says it has to close GT Plot. Unfortunately, I am using Inkscape (free software), not Adobe Illustrator so I can only work with svg files. In Illustrator, I've been able to use enhanced metafiles, but not in Inkscape. If I had access to Illustrator, none of this would be a problem, but unfortunately I'm not a student anymore so I only have access to free graphics editing software. Please let me know how to resolve this issue. Thanks, Elisabeth Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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