[OS X TeX] powerdot and pst-3dplot
lfsequeira at fc.ul.pt
Tue Nov 22 09:36:36 EST 2005
> On Nov 20, 2005, at 3:48 PM, Luis Sequeira wrote:
>> I use the powerdot document class for doing presentations in LaTeX
>> (I used to use prosper, and it is a huge step forward).
>> I have used powerdot with pstricks code in my presentations with no
>> problem. Today I tried to use pst-3dplot inside a powerdot
>> presentation, but I can't.
>> (pst-3dplot is part of the pstricks distribution and is used to
>> draw 3D stuff)
>> It seems that there is some incompatibility between powerdot
>> commands and pst-3dplot.
>> I have the latest versions of both powerdot and pstricks.
> There was a discussion about powerdot on this list a short while ago
> where I brought up a bounding box problem when using ps-3dplot. I
> have no answers but I've gone back to (New)pdftricks for now.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
I have figured it out - or at least was able to make it work.
There have been lots of recent new versions of several packages that
I installed the newest versions of xcolor, powerdot, pstricks and
pst-3dplot and now it all works together.
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