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**To**:*BNB@MATH.AMS.ORG***Subject**:**Re: Another technical question about arrow-building****From**:*yannis@gat.citilille.fr (Yannis Haralambous)***Date**: Thu, 12 Aug 93 10:30:32 +0200**Cc**:*math-font-discuss@cogs.susx.ac.uk*

Up to now I had the naive assuption that GhostScript works with all printers. PostScript is getting more and more widespread and programs such as dvips are by now a crucial part of the TeX system. I don't want to convince anyone that PostScript is better or generally available. All I ask is that the syntax used for arrows be general enough to be extended into (a) arrows of arbitrary angles (b) curved angles [3rd degree Bezier curves] so that once the metafont-based package is out, one can easily make a PostScript-based package which would understand the commands of the previous ones and eventually allow people to be more flexible with their diagrams. Cheers Yannis

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