[texhax] Duff email rokicki at radicaleye.com
yuri.robbers at gmail.com
Sun Aug 27 15:44:22 CEST 2006
What you have here is a so-called PostScript file. The normal
extension is ".ps" rathe rthan ".ttt" so you can change it
accordingly. Many higher end printers (such as most laser printers)
print it directly. It can be displayed on screen (or converted to pdf)
using a program such as ghostscript (http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost)
which is freely available for most Operating Systems, and I think
MacOS can display PostScript out of the box.
This particular postscript file has been created by a program named
dvips from a ".dvi: file, which means this is a document that has bene
created with TeX or any of its derivatives such as LaTeX or ConTeXt.
So what you will find (if it is not corrupted) is a 15 page nicely
formatted text document, posisbly with some graphics in too.
On 8/27/06, Garry <python_song at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> We will try again!
> I hope this is the correct address this time or some one may help.
> Sorry to trouble you but I have an old file and I presume its from your website.
> It has bugged me for years as to what it is?
> It came to me corrupted, its file ending was changed to .ttt so has never been opened.
> Today I have managed to open it via notepad text and the first paragraph is:
> %%Creator: dvips(k) 5.86 Copyright 1999 Radical Eye Software
> %%Title: cl00.dvi
> %%Pages: 15
> %%PageOrder: Ascend
> %%BoundingBox: 0 0 596 842
> %%DocumentPaperSizes: a4
> %DVIPSWebPage: (www.radicaleye.com)
> %DVIPSCommandLine: dvips -f cl00
> %DVIPSParameters: dpi=600, compressed
> %DVIPSSource: TeX output 2000.05.09:1253
> %%BeginProcSet: texc.pro
> It then goes in to program laugauge.
> Could I enquire what software would be required to open this (correctly) and what would be its true file name?
> If it is not usable may i enquire what was information on the file?
> The cork's are awaiting a reply!
> You know when something really baffles and bugs one at the same time.
> Please note I am dyslexic
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