Geomview For Windows?
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There are a couple of ways, which you may or may not consider "decent". First, you can take a snapshot (see the "[>] Save" panel under "SGI snapshot") to give an SGI RGB image file of the window contents, then use /usr/sbin/tops to produce Postscript. Or, use the "PS Snapshot" program in the "applications" browser; it writes the currently-selected object (typically the entire world) in the form of Postscript polygons and lines, using a simple shading model (not the same as that used by geomview).
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