On Sun, 26 Oct 2003, Hans Fredrik Nordhaug wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Oct 2003, Jairo Arbey Rodr=EDguez wrote:
> > I have Yap 0.098n and had worked correctly until today's day when I hav=
> > installed ghostscript 8.11 and ghostview 4.5. Now the yap not show the
> > .dvi files correctly. It not show the .eps figures. I have experimented
> > the same problem with:
> > C:\texmf\doc\miktex\samples\epsdemo.dvi
> > The log file looks:
> > creating bitmap file C:\localtexmf\mikCE.tmp
> > Loading PostScript file C:\localtexmf\mikCF.tmp...
> Aha! You have set the temporary directory to C:\localtexmf. Do not do
> this! In addition to this being misuse of the local texmf tree, you get
> into trouble because files in the texmf trees are only found if they
> are in the filename database. (That's why the file
> C:\localtexmf\mikCE.tmp isn't read/found by Yap.)
> Set TEMP/TMP to C:\TEMP or something similar.
I guess you all have read Albert's reply:
Version 0.098n is outdated and does not work with the recent
Ghostscript/GSView. You must update to Yap 0.99i via the MiKTeX
update wizard. Maybe that you have to download the latest wizard
I guess this is the correct reason, since the problem started when
ghostscript 8.11 was installed. However, my comments about using
localtexmf as a temporary directory are still valid.