Hi,

I've used ConTeXt to chop up a big map svg on separate A4 papers like this:

\setuplayout[width=190mm,backspace=10mm,height=297mm,topspace=10mm, header=0mm]
\setupclipping[nx=3,ny=3]

\starttext
\dorecurse{3}{\framed{\clip[x=\recurselevel,y=1]{\externalfigure[map.svg][width=570mm]}}}
\dorecurse{3}{\framed{\clip[x=\recurselevel,y=2]{\externalfigure[map.svg][width=570mm]}}}
\dorecurse{3}{\framed{\clip[x=\recurselevel,y=3]{\externalfigure[map.svg][width=570mm]}}}
\stoptext

I'm using framed to indicate where the pieces should be cut. The problem is that \framed does not frame the area produced by \clip precisely. There is a small gap between the frame border and the clipped image area and the gap is of different size on the left and right sizes than
for example on the bottom.

Am I overlooking some default setting? Shouldn't \framed frame the object inside it without
leaving a padding between them?

Best regards,
Otso Helenius
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