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Does anyone know of a good (fast) EPS viewer for Mac. I don't like using Preview as it takes some time to convert and I don't really want to open the .eps files in Illustrator. Does anyone know of any alternatives preferably freeware but any suggestions would be great.

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One alternative is MacGhostView, based on the venerable Ghostscript:

http://www.kiffe.com/macghostview.html

$20 shareware I'm afraid.

For another alternative, if you are feeling adventurous, you could install DarwinPorts and then use it to install Linux Ghostscript and Ghostview ("gv" is the Linux name for Ghostview).

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I have installed EPS Viewer and it works perfect. EPS Viewer surprise me with its good interface and smart resizing images.And its free
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There's an EPS plugin for quick look i believe. A little googling should find it for you.
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