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Displaying Postscript fonts

Posted on 2004-03-31
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How do I get an application running under Solaris 2.5.1 to display postscript fonts?
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Which application?
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by:fledermouz
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It is a custom typesetting program written by Paragon Systems for our company exclusively. However the program relies on certain functions from Solaris Openwin. I need to know how or which commands in Openwin would give me the capability to display or upload postscript fonts.
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Look :
pageview        pageview (1)    - PostScript language previewer for OpenWindows

you can open a file PostScript

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