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[ferret_users] spurious ripples in ps shade plot

I've been attempting to produce a shade plot which will satisfy a journal's graphics specialist. The plot looks great on-screen, but when I use Fprint to convert to postscript it acquires spurious lines, and spurious ripples in regions that should be of uniform color, as in the attached panel. I've seen an email exchange from Nov 2005 suggesting use of gif output, with as much resolution as you can get, as a work-around. I've done this, panel-by-panel, then pasting the gif panels together to maintain resolution. Has anyone found a better solution to producing publication-quality output of shade plots?

thanks for any suggestions! --Matthew

Matthew Hecht
email: mhecht@xxxxxxxx                   http://public.lanl.gov/mhecht
mail : MS B296, Los Alamos National Lab,       http://climate.lanl.gov
       Los Alamos, NM 87545                        phone: 505-667-5798

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