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Re: Newly Released Mathematica 5.1 Delivers Unmatched Performance for Handling Data


Mike,

Yes it is reasonable to expect them to produce a product that works on 
the systems that they advertise it for. Perhaps for some the garbled 
y-axis is a "cosmetic" problem. For me it is essential, since I use Mathematica
in both class lectures and seminars, and it is seriously unprofessional 
to have the junked up y-axis labels and any other non-horizontal text 
lables. As I have said before, mat lab has figured out how to make their 
labels work correctly under linux, unix, mac, ...; so, it is possible.

Kevin


> 
>>Kevin,
>>
>>Since I do not use Linux I have no knowledge of what problems may exist. If
>>this is a system software problem, which I believe it is, then is it
>>reasonable to expect WRI to spend time and money to develop a work around
>>given that this is essentially a cosmetic problem. The gobbled y axis labels
>>are corrected if you save a graphics selection as EPS and past into programs
>>such as illustrator or freehand. The labels are also corrected if you save
>>as PDF using Acrobat.
>>
>>If you were running WRI you'd presumably prioritize all bugs or psuedo bugs
>>and allocate resources appropriately. I would have thought that trying to
>>fix something that may well get fixed in a future Mac OS release should be a
>>low priority given that (IMHO) it is cosmetic.
>>
>>Mike
>>


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