I am trying to save a plot as an eps file. I have several histograms superimposed (but not stacked), drawn using a THStack.
I create the plot in a python script and I have tried saving it as a .png, a .eps, a .ps and a .C file.
The .png file looks as expected (it looks like the canvas did on screen). The .C file does not re-size the X axis properly (I guess this is a bug in the version I am using which may or may not be fixed in a new version). I can easily edit the .C file it to fix this.
The .eps and .ps files are missing the histogram shading, both on the histograms and legend. If I open the .C file in root, the shading is there. If I save the canvas from the .C file as a .ps or .eps then the shading is missing again.
Does anyone know how I can get an eps file with shading?
The version of root I am using is 5.41/00f. The (edited) .C file I would like to produce the .eps from is at http://nc302.web.cern.ch/nc302/massQCDMCollinearRelaxedIso.C.