getting eps files from mathematica on a mac

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg2628] getting eps files from mathematica on a mac*From*: easther at cfi.waseda.ac.jp (Richard EASTHER)*Date*: Thu, 30 Nov 1995 21:00:13 -0500

Hi! I have recently got a PowerPC, and I have shifted a lot of Mathematica notebooks from our Unix sytem to my Mac. The one problem I am having is exporting graphs from Mathematica as encapsulated postscript files on the Mac. In the past, I have used a Mathematica notebook to produce all the figures that I use in a particular paper. With commands like: Display !psfix I could change one or two parameters that might alter several plots, evaluate the notebook and all my .eps files would be "regenerated", and I could be sure all my diagrams were consistent. However on the Mac this does not seem to work - the Display command that worked on the Unix machine does not seem to write to a file on the Mac and I have not seen an equivalent program to psfix on the Mac. I can export any given plot by "converting the clipboard" from the file menu, but is there any way I can do this automatically (it is OK with one file, it is a nuisance with 20)? Thanks in advance, Richard +=================================================================+ | Richard Easther No quote - just my address | | easther at cfi.waseda.ac.jp | +=================================================================+ --