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Sat Dec 10 21:04:24 UTC 2005
--- Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/9/05, CodeHeads <ch at code-heads.com> wrote:
> > Robert Cahn wrote:
> > > I have about a 50 page postscript file. I am
> viewing it by kghostview.
> > > I find that unless I scroll through the
> thumbnails on the left that when
> > > I try to view past about page 7 or 8 the viewer
> won't allow me to look
> > > at the pages. It's as if the file were
> truncated to that length. If I
> > > scroll through all the thumbnails (boring) I can
> then view any page.
> > > Has anyone else encountered this? The
> postscript file was processed
> > > from TeX using latex and dvips. It does contain
> lots of eps figures but
> > > I'm not sure that bears on the current
> > >
> > > /Bob Cahn
> > > Gipsy Trail Club
> > > Carmel, NY 10512
> > >
> > Have you used adobe??
> > ~WILL~
> I'm not the OP, but I have tried to use Acrobat
> Reader to open
> Postscript files and failed. How did you open them?
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Acrobat Reader only opens *.pdf *.PDF files for
postscript files, kghostview, evince which come on
Fedora Core 4 should work without any minor little
thing. In the case that they do not work as you like,
why not get GSView from Ghostscript, GSView, Ghostview
web page and it also views pdf's and postscript files.
I recommend GSView because you can do more things
than the others can. Make picture files, jpg, png,
bmp convert to a numeous other formats. You can have
these viewers and have the best of all worlds.
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