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Scott Selberg
10/07/00 06:28am

Does anybody know how to have mathematica display its graphics in new windows rather than cells?

The Unix version of Mathematica comes with a program, motifps, which can receive the mathematica
postscript and displays it in a new window. I found this a really useful way to work both with the
front end, and without it. I'm looking for a similiar technique on the windows platform. I found a
program called psrender which I believe could be part of a workaround (mathematica -> psrender -> gsview)
but I can't figure out how to use psrender. Any clues?

Thanks

-Scott Selberg

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Viewing Graphics in a new window in Windows Scott Selberg 10/07/00 06:28am
Re: Viewing Graphics in a new window in Windows J. Leko 10/07/00 3:34pm
Re: Viewing Graphics in a new window in Windows Casey Mann 10/19/00 06:22am
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