This problem has been taken care of in the latest versions of PSI-Plot and ProStat. For earlier versions,
this error message popped up when the program failed to write a reporting file (permission denial from the
program default folder). Typically it happens when you install the program with one login name and run
the program with another login name. Make sure you install the program and run the program
under the same
login name. If you need to run the program under multiple users, you need the network edition of the
PSI-Plot version 9 or newer version is
compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.
problem to export graph in PDF and PostScript under Vista
To solve this problem, you need turn off the User
Account Control (under the Vista Control Panel | Users Account) and then run PSI-Plot. PSI-Plot will
this problem for you. After the problem has been fixed, you can turn on
the User Account Control again.
I have exported a graph in EPS format, but I can not view it under GSView
This problem is due to the bounding box setting,
you can fix it easily by checking the "EPS Clip" option under the Options
menu of the GSView program.