This is an older FrameMaker bug. You need to change an advanced
printer setting. Change the graphic resolution to 600 dpi (I believe
the default is 1200 dpi). This should keep this behavior from
On Jun 12, 2006, at 6:50 PM, Petersen, Oran C wrote:
> My scenario is as follows:
> - Raster (jpg and bmp tested)
> - Rotated 90 degrees (Does not happen for unrotated images)
> - Full page size for the raster (I use 3/8 inch margins)
> The effect:
> The image gets cropped on the long side to the width of the short side
> of the page/anchored frame.
> Does not make a difference if in a text flow (anchored frame) or not.
> Does not make a difference if it is Portrait or Landscape.
> Happens in both Frame 7.1 and 7.2
> Happens in both Acrobat 6 and 7
> Also, If you move the raster image so that it does not fill the
> frame, it crops even more of the image.
> My conjecture is that Frame is confusing width vs. length for rotated
> raster images, and anything longer than the width gets cropped.
> Has anyone else encountered this, and if so have you found a solution?
> So far the only solution I have discovered is to created a pdf of the
> unrotated image, crop margins, etc. in Acrobat, import this pdf into
> Frame and then rotate. The pdf version does not suffer the cropping.
> Oran Petersen