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If you will no longer touch the map, save for some texts probably, you can export as pdf, then open THAT in Inkscape. PDFs are much more manageable. Exporting your table from Excel as pdf will also bring it in smoothly in Inkscape. In a previous project, I had to meticulously layout, through Inkscape, a map with pointer labels in strategic spots of the ...


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I tested this on 10.3 and got the same result you did. The lines show up in layout view, but not once you export to pdf. It's possible that one of the settings in the export pdf options (and the slightly different arcpy.mapping options) causes this to happen, particularly something to do with compression. I didn't feel like testing them all because I use a ...


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After exploring some options, since your data has a date/time field and you are already using a time slider, it seems the best way to go is using tools specifically aimed at exporting temporal series maps, rather than DDP or definition queries. The help files on the subject mention that you can use arcpy.mapping python scripts to produce time series output, ...



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