[Mac OS X TeX] labelling graphics using TeXShop/Illustrator

Paulo Abreu paulotex at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 29 12:49:33 CEST 2001

Gary L. Gray wrote:
>Francesco Costanzo and I have come up with a nice little method for 
>labelling graphics for those of you using TeXShop and Illustrator. 
>Many of you may already be aware of this method, but we had not seen 
>it before. Here is a .tex file that you can simply typeset to get the 
>procedure. If you don't want to typeset it, you can simply decipher 
>the LaTeX.

Sorry, but this seems like just too much work. Doesn't psfrag do the

I have been working with psfrag for a few years now. Right now
I'm in the middle of a book with +/-800 ps graphics from matlab. I
started by opening the ps, changing the text labels so that psfrab could
read them (simple strings in Courier) and saving as eps. Now, after
learning a bit about matlab's graphic features, I can create the labels
(title, tick marks, etc) in a form understandable by psfrag directly
>from matlab. I don't think your method is really an improvement.


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