EclipseCrossword 1.2.57 has a bug where if you create an EPS file on a computer with its regional settings set to an area where the comma is used as a decimal separator, that EPS file won't load correctly in other programs. This bug is fixed in current versions of EclipseCrossword. We recommend that you upgrade to the latest version. If that's not possible, here is another workaround that you can use instead.
These instructions are for Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista. They'll be slightly different for extremely old versions of Windows.
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The specific problem is that the
scalefont directive near the
bottom of the file improperly uses your computer's regional settings, but
EPS files only support periods for decimals. For example, it might
look like this:
If you use a text editor to change the number before
to use a period instead of a comma (such as "9.3") then the EPS file should
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Keywords: Why don't my EPS files open in Word?