[OS X TeX] Re: Linguists' trees and pdf

Stephen Anderson stephen.anderson at yale.edu
Fri Nov 19 20:40:04 EST 2004

On Fri, 19 Nov 2004, "Steve Harlow" <sjh1 at york.ac.uk> wrote:

> Not so, provided you choose the option to get to pdf via ghostscript. 
> If you
> use TeXShop, in Preferences|TypesettingDefault Script, choose
> TeX+Ghostscript and you will be delighted.

Yes, that's what I do all the time. No problem getting the trees to 
show up that way.  But that excludes, as far as I know, the use of pdf 
based things like XeTeX, microtype, and a few others that don't survive 
the trip through ghostscript.

Unless, of course, I'm missing something, in which case I'll be glad to 
have someone show me, for instance, how to include a tree drawn with 
tree-dvips in an XeTeX document with interesting fonts.  I don't count 
running the tree code through LaTeX+ghostscript to get a pdf, then 
cutting and pasting the tree into the XeTeX document.
Steve Anderson

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