[OS X TeX] Alternative Method of Labeling Figures with Illustrator

Gary L. Gray gray at engr.psu.edu
Mon Jul 3 12:43:47 EDT 2006

On Jul 3, 2006, at 12:40 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> On 1 juil. 06, at 18:51, Gary L. Gray wrote:
>> When I have to edit Mathematica figures like this, I use Outline  
>> rather than Preview mode (under the View menu). It makes a big  
>> difference.
> Hi Gary,
> Many thanks for this tip. I wasn't aware of the existence of  
> different modes in Illustrator.
> Which item in the View menu does it correspond to? I've attempted  
> to coerce my copy of Illustrator to use the English locale, with no  
> luck: even after setting English as the preferred language in  
> System Prefs > International (and even rebooting), Illustrator  
> still opens in French mode.
> In the Affichage menu (corresponding probably to View in English),  
> the first three items are:
> Tracés (Cmd-Y)
> Aperçu de la surimpression (Cmd-Shift-Alt-Y)
> Aperçu en pixels (Cmd-Alt-Y)
> The names give no clue about what they actually do. Which one  
> should correspond to your Preview, according to the keyboard shortcut?

In AI CS2 it is Cmd-Y and is the top entry in the View menu.

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