Thanks to everyone for their suggestions.

As usual, time has been an overriding factor, so I got the originator of
the eps to pdf the cover, which allows me to edit some relevent text
(these were originally graphics).

Not the solution I was after, but pretty eficient ( as long as our
logo's don't change too often!)



-----Original Message-----
From: Dov Isaacs [] 
Sent: 10 August 2006 16:23
To: Matthias.Dillier at; Mark Southee
Cc: framers at
Subject: RE: Eps problem

It was only on certain UNIX versions of FrameMaker that EPS would be
so-rendered. That was never a feature of FrameMaker either on Macintosh
or Windows.

        - Dov 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: at
> [ at]
>  On Behalf Of Matthias.Dillier at
> Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 1:36 AM
> To: Mark Southee
> Cc: framers at;
> at
> Subject: Re: Eps problem
> Hi Mark
> FrameMaker cannot display the eps graphic. It only displays an 
> included preview. You have to enhance this preview, e.g.
> increase the dpi setting, to get a better display (and a bigger 
> filesize). Look at the settings in Illustrator when saving the graphic

> as eps.
> Earlier releases of FrameMaker could display the eps graphs directly, 
> when DisplayPostScript was available ...
> Regards
> Matthias
> at wrote on
> 10.08.2006 09:13:50:
> > I've imported an eps for a cover graphic (full US Letter
> size) that in
> > Frame looks horribly pixellated and only displays in black
> and white.

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