> Regarding the pvbatch issue, do you have any hint?
That is odd. I'm not sure what is going on exactly. Have you tried
running your script with pvpython?
> 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
> Hi Lionel,
> 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.
>  https://gitlab.kitware.com/paraview/paraview/issues/17603
> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Wilhelm Lionel <lionel.wilh...@epfl.ch>
>> 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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