[OS X TeX] EPS colour problem (blue-->purple)
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Wed Feb 1 00:24:59 CET 2012
Am 31.1.2012 um 01:03 schrieb Richard:
> I think the problem is that the original file is in RGB, and Tex (Ghostscript?) applies a smaller CMYK palette when converting. Is there any way to control how EPS is converted to PDF?
There are a lot of options, see the doc file Ps2pdf.htm inside the Ghostscript installation – wherever Mac TeX puts it. I made a few tests with blueish EPS files from the TeX Live 2011 distribution, using the gs invocation I mentioned previously. I also changed the colour models. I never could gain the impression that blue had turned to purple.
Some LCD screens can perform "colour transformations" when looking from the edge, in a flat angle. (And I have no idea what glossy LCDs can perform else! Always tried to keep a large distance to them.)
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