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Mrs tipped on 14 Dec 2009
Some important characters got stripped out of my previous hint. If you know a little XML or HTML it'll be obvious.

Surrounding "com.adobe.encapsulated-postscript" you will see some XML tags. They need to appear around "com.adobe.postscript" as well. Just duplicate the line and remove "encapsulated-" from the new line.

The original line says
[greater than]string[less than]com.adobe.encapsulated-postscript[greater than][slash]string[less than]

where each item inside [] is replaced by a single punctuation character. The added line is:

[greater than]string[less than]com.adobe.postscript[greater than][slash]string[less than]

Sorry for any confusion.
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Mrs tipped on 14 Dec 2009
Excellent tool. And a little hack makes it even better! Here's how to make it handle .ps as well as .eps files:

1. Go into /Library/QuickLook.
2. Control-click on EPSQLPlugIn and select "Show Package Contents".
3. Make a copy of Contents/info.plist just in case.
4. In your favorite text editor, find this line:
com.adobe.encapsulated-postscript
5. Add this line beneath it:
com.adobe.postscript
6. Save the file.
7. Reboot.

Voila. Quicklook now shows you .ps files as well! I don't know why they don't deliver it with this functionality already enabled.
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