Re: TeX and virtual fonts

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg30373] Re: [mg30302] TeX and virtual fonts*From*: Dale Horton <daleh at wolfram.com>*Date*: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 02:30:01 -0400 (EDT)*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

See http://support.wolfram.com/FrontEnds/Export/TeX/MikTeX.html -Dale At 12:33 AM 8/8/2001, OBrien-Malone wrote: >This problem may be better on a TeX newsgroup, so please excuse my placing >it here first. > >I am having difficulty using (or perhaps I should say, "correctly >installing") the fonts for Mathematica on Win98 for use with MikTeX and >DVIPS. I am not a TeX wizard, and part of the problem seems to be that some >of the DVIPS-related files in the MikTeX installation have names slightly >different from those mentioned in "The LaTeX Companion". Can anyone help me >please? > >The problems are >(1) It does not seem to be possible to read the Mathematica-TeX >documentation without first correctly installing the various styles, but I >presume that the documentation tells one where exactly they should be >installed! I have worked around this by obtaining a copy of the msymdoc.dvi >file, although none of the Mathematica fonts show up. >(2) Page 2 of msymdoc.dvi refers to wolfram.map, but then on page 3 one is >told to put the line > p+ mma.map >in the config.ps file. Should this actually be > p +wolfram.map >with the different name, and the " +" set differently? >(3) Does it matter if the wolfram.map file is in the local tree or the main >\texmf tree? >(4) I notice that wolfram.map refers to *.pfa files, whereas DVIPS complains >that it cannot find *.pfb files > >I would appreciate any help at all, but if anyone is using MikTeX as well as >Mathematica, advice about your own setup would be particularly helpful! > >-- >Cheers > >Mark R Diamond >-------------------------------------------------------------------------- >Mark R Diamond >Vision Research Laboratory >Department of Psychology >The University of Western Australia > >SPAM AVIODING EMAIL: ... at psy dot edu dot au, address to markd > >Disclaimers: The opinions expressed herein are those of >the author, and are not intended to reflect on any >official positon held by The University of Western >Australia generally, the Department of Psychology >specifically, or any other individual