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--- a/maxima-gnuplot.xml
+++ b/maxima-gnuplot.xml
@@ -73,11 +73,11 @@
 
 <p>The postscript version of the previous figure can take advantage of Gnuplot's enhanced postscript terminal.</p>
 
-<pre>plot2d([cos(x),sin(x),tan(x)],[x,-2*%pi,2*%pi],[y,-2,2],[gnuplot_preamble,"set
-xzeroaxis; set xtics ('-2{/Symbol p}' -6.283, '-3{/Symbol p}/2' -4.712,
-'-{/Symbol p}' -3.1415, '-{/Symbol p}/2' -1.5708,  '0' 0,'{/Symbol p}/2' 1.5708,
-'{/Symbol p}' 3.1415,'3{/Symbol p}/2' 4.712, '2{/Symbol p}'
-6.283)"],[gnuplot_term,ps],[gnuplot_out_file,"trig.eps"]);</pre>
+<pre>plot2d([cos(x),sin(x),tan(x)],[x,-2*%pi,2*%pi],[y,-2,2],
+[gnuplot_preamble,"set xzeroaxis; set xtics ('-2{/Symbol p}' -6.283,
+'-3{/Symbol p}/2' -4.712, '-{/Symbol p}' -3.1415, '-{/Symbol p}/2' -1.5708,
+'0' 0,'{/Symbol p}/2' 1.5708, '{/Symbol p}' 3.1415,'3{/Symbol p}/2' 4.712,
+'2{/Symbol p}' 6.283)"],[gnuplot_term,ps],[gnuplot_out_file,"trig.eps"]);</pre>
 
 <p><a href="i/plotting/trig.eps"><img src="i/plotting/trig.png" alt="cos(x), sin(x), tan(x) plots" /></a></p>
 
@@ -105,17 +105,16 @@
 
 <p>Several variations are possible. Here is one with no mesh and contours on at the base.</p>
 
-<pre>plot3d(atan(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],[grid,50,50],[gnuplot_pm3d,true],[gnup
-lot_preamble,"set pm3d at s;unset surface;set contour;set cntrparam levels
+<pre>plot3d(atan(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],[grid,50,50],[gnuplot_pm3d,true],
+[gnuplot_preamble,"set pm3d at s;unset surface;set contour;set cntrparam levels
 20;unset key"]);</pre>
 
 <p><img src="i/plotting/surface-pm3d-1.png" alt="atan(-x^2+y^3/4) plot" /></p>
 
 <p>The following variation includes the mesh and puts the colors on the base.</p>
 
-<pre>surface-pm3d-2:
-plot3d(atan(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],[grid,50,50],[gnuplot_pm3d,true],[gnup
-lot_preamble,"set pm3d at b"]);</pre>
+<pre>plot3d(atan(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],[grid,50,50],[gnuplot_pm3d,true],
+[gnuplot_preamble,"set pm3d at b"]);</pre>
 
 <p><img src="i/plotting/surface-pm3d-2.png" alt="atan(-x^2+y^3/4) plot" /></p>
 
@@ -127,8 +126,9 @@
 
 <p>However, the above function can be effectively visualized using pm3d's ���map view���.</p>
 
-<pre>plot3d(cos(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],[gnuplot_preamble,"set view map;
-unset surface"],[gnuplot_pm3d,true],[grid,150,150]);</pre>
+<pre>plot3d(cos(-x^2+y^3/4),[x,-4,4],[y,-4,4],
+[gnuplot_preamble,"set view map; unset surface"],
+[gnuplot_pm3d,true],[grid,150,150]);</pre>
 
 <p><img src="i/plotting/map.png" alt="cos(-x^2+y^3/4) plot" /></p>