This extension enables the in-VSCode preview of EPS image files.
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This extension depends on the
This extension also depends on two commands:
Thus you need to install these two commands first and ensure they are in the executable path.
You can install them via homebrew:
You can install them using the following commands:
You need to have GhostScript installed in your system. You can install them via Chocolatey. Run the following commands using an Administrative PowerShell.
Installs GhostScript for ps2pdf
Adds the executables to the environment path
Now restart VSCode. You should now be able to view the EPS/PS files in the preview.
If you are having issues setting the PATH, you can set it using the GUI instead as described here. The paths that need to be added are:
Please verify that you can view files in the above folders. If the folders do not exist, you might have run into issues with your installation. It's good to close Logitech GHUB and Logitech GHUB Updater when you install these as they might interfere with the process.
None yet. If you run into issues, please report them here: https://github.com/ahnafnafee/PostScript-Preview/issues
You are also encouraged to open pull requests for additional features and fixes you want to add to this extension.