Is there a way to export or print a much larger resolution image of a pyxis layout. I want to frame the top level of a 4 bit computer I made but I am having trouble finding a way to getting a larger image of the layout.
Have you tried using File > Print? Once you invoke the print dialog, there should be a Formatter Options button. Click that and then you'll see an option to export a TIFF or PostScript file. I believe this is higher res than the Capture Window/Screen option, but I'm not sure.
Yes, I've gone through the file > print options, but I am not sure what those files are so I was wondering if there is an indefinite way. I want something pretty big like 60". Should I look specifically into TIFF and PostScript?
I think it will probably come down to playing with those some of those settings in the Formatter Options dialog. You should have a Dots Per Inch (DPI) field that gives some finer control on the quality. I would start with TIFF and see what you can get. If that doesn't work, try the postscript formats. You can use a tool like GIMP2.0/Ghostscript to view them. For large prints like this, I would recommended doing a full-scale print using a normal printer and then tiling the pages together to see what it looks like at the correct size. You can do this with Paint on Windows.
Sorry I can't be of more help, I don't really have any large designs to test out that are within reaching distance . Let me know how it goes.
Thank you, this helps. I realize this isn't a common question so I'll look into this.
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