graphic output

Staffa.Nick staffa at niehs.nih.gov
Tue Oct 21 12:47:26 EST 1997

If you are using "my Mac as a front end" you must be doing some terminal
emulation of some sort. For versaterm, I set everyone up with the
tektronix versaterm term .
Then if they did graphics, they could see it.
For Mac340, I suspect regis would be the command of choice.
Printing postscript requires a postscript printer and queues on your Vax
set up for postscript.   Did you say you are running VMS?
To do stuff on your Mac,
GCG is giving away a mac program called GCGFigure,
Good luck.
>From: 	glux at msvax.mssm.edu
>Sent: 	Tuesday, October 21, 1997 1:45 PM
>To: 	info-gcg at net.bio.net
>Subject: 	graphic output
>Dear GCGers-
>         If I am using my Mac as a front end
>for a VAX to run gcg programs, how do
>i print the output and/or save it as a file
>i can manipulate in a mac graphics program??
>        i tried the vax postscript command
>to no avail, i get the commands printed out on
>reams of paper [very environmentally unfriendly].

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