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Old   April 26, 2017, 21:59
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Hi all,

I am in trouble exporting a 2D contour (slice) containing streamlines in vector graphic form. When I uncheck Rasterize 3D Image (in .eps, or .pdf format export for example), it produces an empty file in Paraview versions before 4.4, and produces rasterized (bitmap) form in Paraview 5.3 (when I zoom-in the quality drops just like a .jpg file).
I have gone through all the threads available online and could not find any solutions. Has anyone faced this problem? Is there a way to export using python script and get a real .eps image? Any solutions?

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