Katherine K. Brobeck sivadasi at EROLS.COM
Sun Dec 17 05:11:51 UTC 2000

May I ask, in all humility, if there is any work in English which traces all
of the Tirthanka listed in the Mhb., pinpoints their location, and gives
current names?
IÕve got most of them, but neither Dey, Bhardwaj, or Law identified
all of them?
Please forgive an amateur for asking. . .

Katherine Brobeck
Lincoln Public Library
Lincoln, MA 01773

>From: Vidyasankar Sundaresan <vsundaresan at HOTMAIL.COM>
>Subject: Re: publication of IASS papers on CDROM
>Date: Sat, Dec 16, 2000, 10:42 PM

>>.... check the "Print to File" checkbox when
>>printing to this phantom printer from any application.  The file will
>>be created as a .PRN file, but it's really a .PS file which the ps2pdf
>>utility (available for Windows as part of GhostScript, from
>>www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost) will happily convert to PDF.
> This is a workable solution, but remember that the .PRN format
> generated by "printing to file" is a "pseudo" version of .ps,
> and often creates some problems with page numbers. When viewing
> the resultant file on a postscript viewer, it will allow you to
> go forward one page at a time, but not backward. It will also
> not allow you to jump to a particular page number. Watch out
> for large file sizes too. A 200 K MS Word document can easily
> be converted to a 1.5 M postscript file.
> Vidyasankar
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