Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Tue Aug 2 12:13:44 CEST 2005

Le 2 août 05 à 10:09, Siep Kroonenberg a écrit :

> GraphicConverter is for bitmaps.

I can confirm that: when opening PDF files, GraphicConverter converts  
them to bitmaps, and if you use it to converting the PDF file to EPS  
the resulting EPS will only contain a bitmap image. You specify the  
resolution of the bitmap in Preferences > Opening > Formats > PDF,  
and the default value is 72 dpi (with 32-bits color depth).

The same doesn't happen when opening EPS files: GraphicConverter  
allows to choose, in references > Opening > Formats > PDF, the EPS  
interpreter: Apple's pstopdf, GhostScript at /usr/local/bin/gs,  
Classic MacGhostView, Classic EPStoPICT.

Regarding the trial period: it manifests itself through a time-out  
splash screen. When you've used the software without registering for  
less than one-month, say (I'm not sure about the exact threshold),  
the time-out period is 10 s; then it becomes 30 s, and so forth.

Bruno Voisin
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