dob at comet.ucar.edu (David O. Blanchard) writes:
>In article <CnJnDr.s7w at mozo.cc.purdue.edu>,
> <pmiguel at bilbo.bio.purdue.edu> wrote:
>> What programs exist that (somewhat) intelligently convert a Postscript
>>or EPS file to TIFF or PICT (etc.) so that it can be modified with a
>>typical graphics program (e.g. MacDraw, Canvas, etc.)?
>>>> By "intelligently" I mean in such a way that text remains text, not
>>an arbitrary assembly of graphics.
>I posted a similar message a few days ago, but have not had much response.
>What I wanted was a Mac program that would convert PostScript to PICT.
>If you have access to a Unix machine, you can download the freeware
>package called "ImageMagick". It contains a program that converts many
>formats in both directions, including PostScript to TIFF. It claims to
>support PostScript to PICT, but I cannot get a readable PICT. Supposedly
>the newest version fixes this problem.
Can you tell us where you got this ImageMagick software from?
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