Re: ps, pdf viewer
> Personally to read .pdf files from the screen I really like the acroread
> package. Unfortunately I couldn't get it to print, but gv worked like a
> charm. I can't say exactly why, but the fonts are much cleaner, and
> readable in acroread, for me anyways.
Just a wild guess: have you ever checked the Antialias option in the
File-Options menu in gv? This can greatly enhance readability. It
however also screwed up some files I made with xfig, not showing the
proper thickness of certain lines.
On a side track, I really like xfig's functionality for making simple
drawings, or putting multiple eps files together with some additional
text. However, every version I have seen seems to behave flakey in a
different way, e.g., the version I have now cannot properly display eps
files produced by itself! Any other xfig userss out there with hints
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