William F. Adams
wadams at atlis.com
Sat Apr 24 15:40:49 CEST 2004
On Friday, April 23, 2004, at 08:50 AM, one2tree wrote:
> I am a graphic designer working on a mac given the exciting
> job of creating a wall of equations for the reception lobby
> of an environmental consulting firm. are your fonts only
> for pc. when i linked there i got gobblygook.
It takes more than just a set of fonts to typeset equations.
You need to use some sort of equation editor / typesetter.
I think it'd be best to have someone who understands them provide you
with nice resolution-independent .eps or .pdf files for you to place,
If you're running Mac OS X, you can use Gerben Weirda's distribution
which is free:
You'll probably want a graphical front-end such as:
TeXshop - http://www.uoregon.edu/~koch/texshop/texshop.html
LyX - http://www.lyx.org
A more general, Mac-oriented site is here:
If you're still using Mac OS 9, the only free distribution is one for
MPW (if you don't know what that is, it's not suited to you), so you
would want to get cmactex, oztex (both of those are shareware) or
Textures from Blue Sky TeX Systems.
William Adams, publishing specialist
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