Jon, try Tex-Edit. You should be able to download it from the
MacResource.com or you could locate it via versiontracker.com.
If you still can't find it, I could always zip it and send it to you.
>I have an OpenInventor V1.0 ascii text file which I am attempting to
>import into Form Z or Autocad.
>I have been told that I can change "OpenInventor" to "VRML" in a
>text editor and I should be able to open it.
>I haven't done this kind of text operation before and am unfamiliar
>with this process. I assume Microsoft Word is not able to accomplish
>this on my MAC, nor it seems can SimpleText handle the size of the
>file. What text editor should I use? Do I just double click on the
>text file once the graphics program is open?
>Anybody mind telling me how to do this with specifics?
>The file should be attached.
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