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awarded  Popular Question
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asked Are command tips in Texstudio editable
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comment microtype with latex+dvips+ps2pdf
@Mico: A couple of reasons why I prefer dvi+dvips+ps2pdf. 1) I widely use pstricks and psfrag in large documents, I know auto-pst-pdf can handle pstricks, but it sometimes has problems handling psfrag. 2) aut-pst-pdf + pdflatex is much slower compared to latex, particularly on large projects. I usually generate and view dvi file using YAPP (and Winedt) with full forward/backward search capability when preparing the manuscript and at the end go through dvips+ps2pdf phase. Also many publisher's art departments still generate graphics in .eps format.
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asked microtype with latex+dvips+ps2pdf
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comment Equivalent of QTikZ for PSTricks
@Herbert: I am a windows user, so Gummi is not an option. How can I import PStricks commands to qtikz and in what file these commands should be imported to. I looked in the qtikz folde but did not find an editable text file with tikz commands in it.
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comment Equivalent of QTikZ for PSTricks
@Herbert: Thanks, but I would like to use some tool like qtikz to practice and learn PStricks. Qtiks is a great tool for learning Tikz. When I start typing a command it offers the right syntax and different variations of it, and after I enter the command, I can see the result. Also in the left side window it shows many of the tikz commands with the right syntax. It is an excellent learning tool. Is it possible to modify it to do the same thing with PSTricks command?
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asked Texstudio and Texmaker forward and inverse search
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asked Equivalent of pstricks command \psecurve in tikz
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awarded  Student
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asked Appendix at the end of Chapter