Since there seems to be some general interest in this, here is a slightly
modified version of mail I sent to Larry Riddle:
First, thanks for letting us have a look at these. You can use command line
options to modify the way xv loads images. For example I loaded the surface
difax chart using the command: xv -rv -rot -90 sfc.pcx
- -rv tells xv to reverse color table, and -rot -90 tells it to rotate the
image -90 degrees.
Another useful command is: display -inv -rot 90 sfc.pcx
display is part of the "ImageMagick" public domain software package. display
allows you do easily display the image in full resolution and pan around in it.
To convert to postscript I used:
convert -inv -page 792x1224 sfc.pcx ps:test.ps
Again, convert is part of the ImageMagick package available via ftp from
export.lcs.mit.edu (in the contrib directory I believe).
Now I guess I need to find out about a 30 day trial ...
David Knight Tel: (518)-442-4204
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