>> I hereby vote that we store .dvi files of the abc tunes on
>> celtic.stanford.edu. If this is agreed to, I'll put together a description
>> of how a Windows user unfamiliar with TeX can get those .dvi files on paper.
>> Alan Ng Fax:(608)255-0650
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>This sounds promising. Maybe I speak for other semi- or non-techies when
>I say I was overwhelmed by all the hoops one seemingly had to go through
>to be able to get and print tunes. If a more user-friendly method is
>available to the average computer user, you've got my vote!
Sounds great to me, too! I downloaded the stuff from Stanford but just
haven't found the time to figure it all out. A short step-by-step set of
instructions would be nice. BTW I did an Archie search for dviwn281.zip and
came up empty handed...does anybody know a good FTP site, or is it a common
program available in all the usual PC places? I guess I should look before
I ask, but since I was responding anyway...