7.4.5 Printing Plots
If you want to print the plot, select `File => Print Plot'. This pops
up the DDD printing dialog, set up for printing plots. Just as when
printing graphs, you have the choice between printing to a printer or a
file and setting up appropriate options.
The actual printing is also performed by Gnuplot, using the
appropriate driver. Please note the following _caveats_ related to
* Creating `FIG' files requires an appropriate driver built into
Gnuplot. Your Gnuplot program may not contain such a driver. In
this case, you will have to recompile Gnuplot, including the line
`#define FIG' in the Gnuplot `term.h' file.
* The `Portrait' option generates an EPS file useful for inclusion
in other documents. The `Landscape' option makes DDD print the
plot in the size specified in the `Paper Size' option; this is
useful for printing on a printer. In `Portrait' mode, the `Paper
Size' option is ignored.
* The Gnuplot device drivers for PostScript and X11 each have their
own set of colors, such that the printed colors may differ from the
* The `Selected Only' option is set by default, such that only the
currently selected plot is printed. (If you select multiple plots
to be printed, the respective outputs will all be concatenated,
which may not be what you desire.)
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