[OS X TeX] Re: More on Illustrator 10 Font Problems with TeXShop / TeTex

William Adams wadams at atlis.com
Tue Apr 2 15:47:54 CEST 2002

Gordon said:
 >In the past we've used Textures and Illustrator (with eps files as the
 >medium) and had success.

Textures was especially tweaked so as to provide .eps files which 
Illustrator can handle.

 >We're looking for the OS X native solution.

What do you need TeX elements in Illustrator for? If it's just minor 
labels &c., then you could try Ross Moore's / Wendy McKay's WarmReader 
plug-in for Illustrator.

If it's for precision positioning of elements, rasterize the .eps at 576 
dpi, or some other multiple of 72 (so things look perfect at even 100% and 
doubled resolutions), place that on a non-printing layer, and note the 
positioning, then place the graphics, export the .eps, and composite the 
two in a layout app (or FreeHand)


William Adams, publishing specialist
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