It used to be possible to export a map in Postscript, but now that I can't find that option any more. For me it worked perfect to get a (bigger) map in Illustrator and make a simpel map

Anyone now what happened?

Thnx!

haje

asked 09 Jun '12, 07:13

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Hi, sorry I have the problem that after doing the EXPORTING Button nothing happened but a white screen with a large number in the address box. But where is my card?

There also was not a choose of format.

Does any one know?

Sven

(26 Sep '13, 11:04) SvenFinn

@SvenFinn: your question is there.

(26 Sep '13, 14:53) aseerel4c26 ♦

Clicking on Export on the map allows you to save the current view as PDF or SVG. Both can be converted to PostScript.

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answered 09 Jun '12, 16:03

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Thnx!

what a simple but clever suggestion...

(09 Jun '12, 16:36) HajeB
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