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getting TeX ps into Mme 2.0...

  • To: mathgroup at (Mr. Mathematica Mathgroup)
  • Subject: getting TeX ps into Mme 2.0...
  • From: Laura D. Lampshire <laural at>
  • Date: Sat, 25 Jan 92 13:19:58 EST

Alright, TeX via dvips can produce ps code from TeX.

The front end on the NeXT can render ps directly in a shell.

So I want to imbed TeX ps into a notebook (portability
considerations aside).

I tried taking a one-line formula, running it through 
dvips, saved the ps file, imported the ps file into
a cell, selected via the sytles inspector "formatted"
and formatter "postscript".  Zilch happened and my
ps code for the formula disappeared.

Has anybody tried this?

Gregory Lampshire
Va Tech EE
laural at

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