I am doing DTP in Ready, Set, Go! 4.0a. I use Cricket Draw 1.1.1 to do all the
drawings, then transfer them to RSG in EPSF (Encapsulated PostScript Form). We
have encountered a problem with this (though not severe, it's a pain in the
All the drawings are of various polyhedra. They are done to perfection in
Cricket Draw (all the lines connect where they should, and are perfect when
printed in Cricket Draw form). However, when transferred to RSG, many of them
develop tails - small lines extending from some of the vertices. I have tried
resaving in EPSF and other similar quick-fixes, but nothing has worked.
We are planning to publish our materials (high school geometry workbooks) and
really need a perfect product. I'm not real thrilled about the prospect of
going through all our stuff with white-out.
Anyone got any ideas? Anyone else have similar problems?
FYI, Mac II with 2 meg, System 6.0.2, Cricket Draw 1.1.1, RSG 4.0a.
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