How to read psfixed Mathematica-generated postscript files with IslandDraw

About a week ago I posted a request about how to make IslandDraw 2.1 read

postscript files generated by Mathematica 1.2 . I got inumerous replies, basically all

suggesting I use psfix to fix the postscript file. This is what I had done but

didn't make clear in my previous posting. The postscript file I want IslandDraw

to read is self-contained (it prints and ghostscript can read it). IslandDraw is

not a full fledged postscript interpreter but it can read "good" postscript files.

Unfortunately it seems the Mathematica-generated postscript file is very complex

(specially the MathScale thing). Thus, short of stripping off almost everything

in the file, is there anything I can do to modify the postscript file to something

more conforming (and readable by IslandDraw) ?

I did tried the program "distill" but it failed as well.

The only thing that worked was to run Mathematica in a Tektronix 4014 window

and then dump the graphics to a file, use ps4014 (which is part of the Transcript

package) to convert it to a postscript file, which can then be read by IslandDraw.

Thus if anyone has any suggestions (like how to modify the postscript prologue as

it is done by{*filter*}people to get MacIntosh-generated postscript files to work with

LaTex/psfig) I'd like to hear.

Also, if someone has Mathematica 2.0, I would appreciate getting a sample

(psfixed) postscript file (of say, a sine function) so I can see if IslandDraw

can read it. If the postscript prologue hasn't been modified since version 1.2

of Mathematica, then there is no point in sending me such a file.

I was going to use Maple V, but it can't even calculate the numerical values

of my function (a confluent hypergeometric function like M(1,3/2,z) ).

Thanks.

Roque Oliveira