[OS X TeX] tiger and latex hint

Justin Walker justin at mac.com
Thu May 12 03:48:19 CEST 2005

On May 11, 2005, at 12:38, Rene Borgella wrote:

> At 8:52 PM +0200 5/11/05, Franck Pastor wrote:
>>> At this link there's a hint on using Grapher.app (in the Utilities 
>>> folder) to make LaTex equations.
>> Isn't it this application which was formerly known as "Curvus Pro", 
>> from Arizona Software?
> I've no idea!  I am not familiar with Curvus Pro and  I myself do not 
> have a Tiger in my box yet.
> Perhaps someone w/Tiger can take a look at the package contents and 
> see if there's any hint of the Curvus Pro origins.
> Since Justin has just laid some $ down on this, perhaps he'd like to 
> let us know what made him confident of this.  Justin, are you there?

I "new" as soon as I opened up Grapher.  The look is distinctive, and 
the capabilities are much the same as Curvus Pro.  It's still a guess; 
the layout is different, and there are some other changes, but it seems 
to be essentially what Curvus Pro was.

Jonathan Nicholl's post seems definitive.



Justin C. Walker, Curmudgeon-At-Large
Institute for General Semantics
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You're not paying attention

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