Use custom symbols with pslegend
I've created many custom symbols (e.g. diamonds.def http://pastebin.com/h2NwTtVX). They are all in the same directory like the script.
Of course I would like to have a legend explaining my custom symbols. I've tried to modify the example from http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu/doc/latest/pslegend.html
H 24 Times-Roman Legend
D 0.2i 1p
V 0 1p
S diamonds Diamonds
but it doesn't worked.
Here is my script:
pscoast -R$bbox -J$all -B+t"Industry" \
-Di -N1 -N2 \
-Gwheat -Slightblue \
-A2000 -K -Y2.75i > $ps
pslegend legend.txt -R$bbox -J$all -F+gazure1 -Dx0.5i/0.5i+w5i/3.3i+jBL+l1.2 \
-C0.1i/0.1i -B5f1 -O >> $ps
ps2pdf minimal.ps minimal.pdf
QUESTION: How can I use custom symbols in the legend? Should I convert the custom symbols to EPS and embed them this way?
Thanks in advance!
RE: Use custom symbols with pslegend - Added by Paul 3 months ago
But your legend code looks nothing like the example on the pslegend man page? When I tried with a line like
S 0.1i kdiamond 0.25i - - 0.3i Custom diamond
it worked fine.
RE: Use custom symbols with pslegend - Added by Engelbert 3 months ago
Thanks Paul, I was dumb.So it behaves like this:
- S = Symbol
- 0.15i offset
- custom symbol: diamonds
- 0.15i offset
- - - → without no legend!
- 0.3i offset
But what's the exact function of "- -"?
When my custom symbol is colored, it works fine, but what to do with one which needs to be stained?
With rohstoff.def =
0.5 0 M
0 0.5 D
-0.5 0 D
0 -0.5 D
None of the following lines works like I would expect it:
S 0.15i krohstoff 0.15i black - - 0.3i Coal
S 0.15i krohstoff black 0.15i - - 0.3i Coal
S 0.15i krohstoff 0.15i black 0.15i - - 0.3i Coal