Thanks a lot for your fast response. I will give a try with the new release by
Regarding the pvbatch issue, do you have any hint?
De : Cory Quammen [cory.quam...@kitware.com]
Envoyé : mardi 8 août 2017 16:44
À : Wilhelm Lionel
Cc : firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : Re: [Paraview] Screenshot resolution and 2D actors size
This is a bug  that will be fixed in ParaView 5.4.1, coming out in
the next week or so. In fact, it is fixed in the latest 5.4.1 release
candidate, which you can get from www.paraview.org/download.
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Wilhelm Lionel <lionel.wilh...@epfl.ch> wrote:
> Dear Paraview community,
> I created a full layout with 5 different views and would like to save a
> screenshot. The paraview GUI looks exactly like the image I want to save so
> I just use File -> Save Screenshot and keep the default resolution. The
> settings and the generated image are attached as "settings_test1" and
> "test1" (everything works fine).
> If I change the resolution of one pixel in one of the dimensions (width for
> example), the resulting image shows huge scalar bars. Here are also attached
> the screenshot settings and the resulting image ( as "settings_test2" and
> "test2" ). I have to mention that the small numbers on the views are in fact
> 3D Text objects.
> The entire visualization is produced by a Python script that I launch in the
> following way : Tools -> Python Shell -> Run Script. In order to avoid
> resolution problems, I also tried to run the script with pvbatch and at the
> end save the screenshot with the following settings :
> SaveScreenshot(OutputImageName,layout, SaveAllViews=1,
> FontScaling="Scale fonts proportionally",
> These settings are the same as the ones presented in the "settings_test*"
> images. The result attached as "test3.png".
> Is this a bug or this behaviour should be expected ? Does anybody has an
> idea ? Are the problems with pvbatch and the GUI related or not ?
> I'm using Paraview 5.4.0 with MPI enabled when I use the GUI.
> Lionel Wilhelm
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