Fri, 30 Oct 1998 10:08:52 -0500
Prof Brian D Ripley <email@example.com> writes:
>Given that everyone else has to have filters to correct FrameMaker's PS
>exports to be valid EPS, perhaps writing a filter for import to FrameMaker
>would be poetic justice.
Yes, but Framemaker is owned by Adobe, so there is also some chance they're
doing it right, although that has never been a guarantee.
>Paul did not tell us which version of R he is using, and the postscript()
>driver has been changed in 0.63. However, I believe that if it does produce
>a valid EPSF file it should have EPSF-3.0 in the header, and if it does not
>it should definitely not.
I'm using R 0.62.4 and a fairly recent version of Framemaker (5.5.6).
I could write my own little filter as Brian suggested, but I thought other
people were probably having this problem too. If putting this in would break
other application's filters then perhaps Ted Harding's suggestion of having
"EPSF-3.0" as a user selectable option is the best answer.
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