Re: Problem in Exporting Mathematica graphics What service do we have to run?
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- Subject: [mg62585] Re: Problem in Exporting Mathematica graphics What service do we have to run?
- From: "Jens-Peer Kuska" <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:44:18 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: Uni Leipzig
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you can run the true Mathematica FontEnd in
MathLink mode from the kernel.
That does webMathematica, J/Link ...
"sena seneviratne" <auntvini at sedal.usyd.edu.au>
schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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| Hi Friends,
| We are writing visual C++ gui for Mathematica.
| The graphics we have imported as .wmf are not
good looking. The graphs look scrambled.
| Even after using Visul C example in Mathematica
SDK we got the same results.
| I found the problem is on the mathematica side,
that is kernel does not create a good .wmf file
with good fonts.
| In contrast if I run mathematica code on the
Mathematica Front end, then graphics are looking
good and .wmf files are of good quality.
| This is due to the fact that Mathematica front
end is supported by graphics rendering. Front end
graphic rendering is a known fact when running in
the M. front end.
| Can I apply same technique to direct Mathematica
kernel generations as well. I meant without going
through M. front end.
| Is there any service to be started in this
| Sena Seneviratne
| School of EIE
| Sydney Uni
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