garycramblitt at comcast.net
Fri Mar 31 23:44:58 CEST 2006
On Friday 31 March 2006 03:19, Tomas Cerha wrote:
> Tomas Cerha wrote:
> > Hi, I produced all the previous formats from the original dia drawing,
> > so I believe I'll be able to do that again. I don't remember how I did
> > it, but I'll give it a try...
> the solution was quite simple at the end. I simply converted the EPS to
> a vector graphics PDF using epstopdf and added an explicit image width
> 155mm to the texi source file. The image is automatically scaled by TeX
> to fit the given width and the result remains a vector graphics, so it
> will retain the full resolution when printed.
I looked for an eps2pdf program but could only find them for Windows and I'm
running Debian Linux. Could you convert the file for me and send it? It
might work better for me.
I can use ImageMagick to convert an eps file to pdf, but when I add 155mm to
the texi source as you suggest, it is ignored. The result is only part of
the image fits on the page and texinfo mangles the document pretty badly.
According to my texinfo manual, Version 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4):
"Image scaling is presently implemented only in TeX, not in HTML or any other
sort of output."
Gary Cramblitt (aka PhantomsDad)
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