Re: [guide-user] Galaxy pictures intrude on printed charts

Joe Mize May 24, 2017

Bev, try “Toggle RS Images” to turn off Gx images before saving as BMP to be printed.  Gx outlines and names will remain when Gx images are turned off.
If the small Gx icon, with a diagonal line through it, is not on your Tool Bar go to Settings > Tool Bar, scroll down and highlight ‘Toggle RS Images’, select ON then click OK to place the Gx icon on your Tool Bar.  Clicking this Menu Bar Tool will Turn On–Off Gx images.  HTH...joe  :)

"May He Go Among the Imperishable Stars"
Joe Mize, StarFields Observatory,
Chiefland Astronomy Village
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 11:08 AM
Subject: [guide-user] Galaxy pictures intrude on printed charts


I have searched the help and the FAQ files but I cannot solve this problem. 

When I print a finder chart, if there are any galaxy images in the area, they appear as black rectangles (depending on the chosen scale) which, in the dark, can be mistaken for stars that are not there.

I have tried all the options I can think of and I have tried chart mode as well as the normal mode but they are still there.

I may be wrong but I don't think this has always been the case so I guess I have mis-set something - if only I could figure out what it is.