[OS X TeX] First tries with PSTricks
lfsequeira at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 06:34:20 EST 2009
> Things between me and TeX have been pretty good of late. After a
> year of concerted effort, I've gotten to the point where I can make
> documents do what I want them to do, and I'v not used M$ Word for a
> single document for the last 6 months! This is due in no small part
> to the help of the users of this list.
> So I'm trying to learn PSTricks. I found a nice tutorial <http://sarovar.org/projects/pstricks/
> > through the TUG website, but I'm having a little trouble getting
I am coming late into this thread, as I am on digest mode.
I believe the tex&ghostscript thing was already well explained, so...
Welcome to PSTricks :-)
It is an incredibly powerful and elegant tool that I've used for years
for many mathematical drawings.
Its consistency and integration with (La)TeX make me far more
productive than I could otherwise be.
I'd like to second the suggestion to put
to load (most) everything and not worry which is which.
There is quite some useful tutorials on PSTricks on this site: http://sarovar.org/projects/pstricks/
And, of course, the official page at http://tug.org/PSTricks/
where you can subscribe to the PSTricks mailing list.
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