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Printing (by Bill Haynes)
I want to print the "sketch in plane" for construction blue prints.
I can import the sketch as a .png, and open it with the Gimp and print it but its very hard on ink to print the black background and colored lines!
is there any way to print as black lines on white background?
Mon Aug 6 2018, 23:46:27
(no subject) (by Azial)
Either just invert the image in gimp ("colours -> "invert"") or adjust the colors in solvespace under "linestyles". E.g. I have adjusted mine like in the attachement.
Tue Aug 7 2018, 03:33:12, download attachment Bildschirmfoto 2018-08-07 um 09.30.04.png
(no subject) (by Azial)
Btw. if you go with the gimp approach and want to invert only the lights, not the colors, apply a hue with 180 after the invert. From a signal processing view this will invert the magnitude (luma) but keep the phase (chroma) overall.
Tue Aug 7 2018, 04:07:02
(no subject) (by EvilSpirit)
Please, use pdf or eps export for printing.
Tue Aug 7 2018, 06:55:57
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