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I found interesting issue with ViVA running from ocean.
If I try to print the window with more than one subwindow in a .ps or
.pdf files from ViVA menu everything is fine. It means here that print
should be started really through the ViVA menu:
"File"->"Print"->"Print to File PS/PDF". The result is ps/pdf file
with all subwindows plotted in one page.
If I try to print the ViVA window in .ps or .pdf file from ocean,
with hardCopy() and hardCopyOptions() set properly, I will only get
actual one subwindow plotted! I was near to give up, because I saw that
?hcMakeExactCopy option doesn't work for ps. But after some tests I got
even from ocean properly all subwindows plotted! Unfortunately it
happens only if during the opened ocean session, I make one manuel
print through the menu File->Print! Once (during the opened ocean
session) manual print has been made, if you go again to the ocean and
print with the hardCopy() everything is fine! But once session is left
and started again the hardCopy() behaves normal again with the single
I wonder if it is any way to get the hardCopy() to plot all
subwindows. Obviously it is possible if some "handwork" has been made
prior to it. I tried to find if some config files have been written by
this "handwork" but I couldn't find anything.
Is it generally possible to print more than one subwindow into the
.ps or .pdf file with ViVA with the hardCopy()? As I try to explain here
it is obviosly that it hardCopy() can do this, but it seems that
something is wrong...