Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 15:48:28 -0800
Reply-To: "Robert S. Lentz, Jr." <rslentz@ATTGLOBAL.NET>
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From: "Robert S. Lentz, Jr." <rslentz@ATTGLOBAL.NET>
Subject: Display Multiple Graphs in GREPLAY, Each having different text,
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What is the best way to display different text and color attributes
for each GSEG displayed by a GREPLAY proc? In other words, I tried
to have a different background color (CBACK), different text color
(CTEXT) and, in some cases, different text font (FTEXT) for each of
several graphs that I am trying to display in a single GREPLAY
Executed individually, the graphs look great. When I save them as
GSEG's and then display them into GREPLAY, they all take on the
characteristics of the last set of GOPTION statements.
Should I store these graphs as images instead of GSEG's? Is there an
option that I am missing?
PS) I had an earlier post about combining text into such a report. I
found that I can write a text report (PROC PRINT_ using ODS PDF and
then use GhostScript to convert the PDF to an image file. I can then
take the resultant image and PROC GSLIDE it into GREPLAY. Works well.
Once I get the above problem nailed down, I think I am good to go!
Of course, I'll be better off with ODS LAYOUT in V9, but I can't use
that yet and need something now.