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I am trying to save the following plot as a pdf, so that I can import it into LaTeX:

```
Grid[{{RegionPlot[{x<y,x>y},{x,-2-1/10,2+1/10},{y,-1/10,3+1/10},PlotPoints->20,PlotStyle->{Texture[Graphics[Table[Circle[{i,j},1/4],{i,20},{j,20}]]],Texture[Graphics[Table[Polygon[{{1+i,0+j},{0+i,Sqrt[3]+j},{-1+i,0+j}}],{i,2,80,4},{j,2,80,4}]]]},BoundaryStyle->Black,PlotRange->{{-2,2},{0,3}},ImageSize->350],Grid[{{Graphics[Table[Circle[{i,j},1/4],{i,3},{j,3}],ImageSize->30,Frame->True,FrameTicks->None],"(Min, Min) & (Mix, Max)"},{Graphics[Table[Polygon[{{1+i,0+j},{0+i,Sqrt[3]+j},{-1+i,0+j}}],{i,2,10,4},{j,2,10,4}],ImageSize->30,Frame->True,FrameTicks->None],"(Mix, Max)"}},Spacings->{1,1/2}]}},Spacings->{2,1}]
```

However, if I right-click on the output and click 'save selection as', the pdf I get changes the `RegionPlot`

into a image (probably jpeg). However, it does manage to keep the `Graphics`

, to the right of the `RegionPlot`

, as a non-image pdf code.

I believe this is due to the function `Texture`

, which turns the `Graphics`

inside `Texture`

into an image.

How can I get the full output into non-image pdf code?

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As you say, it's because of

– Jens – 2014-05-26T19:49:50.700`Texture`

. The reason is that`Texture`

always rasterizes its input. So this is not a problem with`Save Selection`

but with the way the original`RegionPlot`

is created. You have to choose a different approach to create the main plot. This would probably involve the answers here: Filling a polygon with a pattern of insets.Thanks! I managed by making clever use of polygons. – LBogaardt – 2014-05-27T16:43:01.690