In article <8630F180A06003BC at FRCGM51.BITNET> BIONET at FRCGM51.BITNET writes:
> Does anyone know of a program which would produce a MacDraw
>readable file from a Postscript file ?
>> For example, the GCG package provides the possibility of creating
>Postscript output files. We would like to edit them (removing the headers
>and so on) without embarking in Postcript programming. Can this be done ?
There are commercially available postscript previewers on Macintoshes, though
the ones I know of are aimed mainly at Postscript programmers. You may want
to try my hp2pict hypercard stack. I wrote it to use with GCG graphics
among others. Set your GCG program to produce HPGL graphics file, transfer
said file to mac, open it with hp2pict stack and clip/print/save.
Available via anonymous ftp to ftp.bio.indiana.edu, directory util/mac as
Don Gilbert gilbert at bio.indiana.edu
biocomputing office, biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405