Is there any way to get Intaglio to recognize EPS files if they don’t end in “.eps”? I have tons of clip art (think pre-OSX). The OS knows they are EPS files. As stated above, they are grayed out. If I add “.eps” to the end, Intaglio will open them.
It’s kind of a pain if I have to do this whenever I want to place a clip art graphic. Copy from CD to hard drive. Rename. Import. Every other program I have that will read EPS files has not had any problem opening them.
Can Intaglio somehow be enhanced to open these files? Maybe the next version would allow this?
I too couldn’t import an .eps file (greyed out) but the drag and drop technique worked.
But I can’t seem to find out how to edit the image. The image is an arrow centred on a blue rectangle. I want to “stretch” the blue rectangle without changing the dimensions of the arrow.
I saw it done at my printers (they sent me the .eps) where they established that there were two separate images on the file. I guess they used some heavy duty graphics application.
Can it be done in Intaglio?
Appreciate any suggestions.
Apologies for previous post. I should have re-read the thread properly before sending off the post - Nick’s suggestion to “convert the resulting PDF to editable graphics” works but I get an “Unknown color space” error message and am left with a B/W image (which I can edit).
Can I easily fix this? Is there something I should ask the people I got the .eps from to do to the original graphic before they send the .eps again?
I have looked in Help and in the Intaglio documentation but can’t seem to find anything.