From: Thomas Noetges <T.Noetges@ir...> - 2004-01-30 18:16:57
I sometimes had problems with the so called "bounding-box", an
information in the eps-File that defines a rectangle round the pictur=
If the coordinates of this box are wrong, too much space round the
picture might be the effect or pictures that do not show up.
Have a look at "bounding box" in GhostView's help. There you can also
learn, how to calculate the bounding box.
Hope this helps.
>>> ertunga_ozelkan@... 28.01.2004 17:41:52 >>>
Hello Mix-tex users,
I am generating a postcript figure by print_file option to a PS
The figure is being generated successfully (as I can confirm viewing =
I import the figure into the latex document and it seems to compile
without error, but
when I view the output via Yap or Ghostscript there is nothing in the
place of the figure.
Interestingly, as I try to look at the postscript output using
ghostscript the imported figure blinks for a moment on the screen but
disappears leaving just the figure caption behind.
(extra info: I changed my computer recently, in my old environment I
could successfully do the figure insertion process. I realized that t=
older ps figures generated from my previous computer works just fine,
therefore I suspect that the problem is most likely related to how th=
ps file is generated! I tried several PS printers but unfortunately i=
did not do the trick)
Any help would be greatly appreciated.=20
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