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#246 Wrong extension for graphic files

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nobody
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2012-11-04
2009-10-30
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I have graphic files in both .eps and .pdf format in a folder. I input them without extension e.g. \includegraphics{graphic}. Even if I compile with pdftex (i.e. use the .pdf graphic files), the files appear as graphic.eps in the "Graphic Files" list in the "Files" panel. Moreover, I use a zip tool to compress the projects's files. The tool is set like "7z a "%tm.7z" $qrAPF". So even if it is the .pdf files that were used in the compilation, it is the .eps files that are put in the .7z file.

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  • Sergiu Dotenco
    Sergiu Dotenco
    2009-10-30

    The described error has been added to the official bug list.

    Thank you for your report.

     
  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2012-11-04

    Well, we know only so much about what latex is actually using. You can use the \graphicspath command and TXC will find the right files.

     


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