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According to the documentation, is only possible if you set it within "standalone.cfg" not within the document, however, is more like using: \documentclass[convert={density=600,size=400x400,outext=.png},crop,border=0mm]{standalone} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{standalone.cfg} \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} ...

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For the purpose of embedding with latex+dvips, a one-page Postscript file with a %%BoundingBox entry can be safely regarded as encapsulated Postscript and doesn't require further processing. Thus, the output of rsvg-convert can be used directly.

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As far as I know you have to do it manually, but in a short way: Copy that line and insert it into LyX Mark the $2r = 2rr+rl$ with (!) the two $hit Insert->Math->Inline that will convert that expression into inline math code. 5 keyval goes to some effort not to expand macros in the argument list so \edef\z{\noexpand\includegraphics[\varone]{\vartwo}}\z not \includegraphics[\varone]{\vartwo} 11 Yes. There is one that I knew. More details, see this link. 3 Ah I finally found the answer, thanks to the Readme over at master builder. The problem description and solution can be found under the Troubleshooting > Path Issues section. For convenience, I'll copy-paste the relevant portion here: On Mac OS X, just having your$PATH set up correctly in a shell (i.e., in Terminal) does not guarantee that things will ...

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I'm surprised no one has mentioned Pandoc yet.

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Copied from http://www.iml.ece.mcgill.ca/~stephan/oopdf2eps It worked very well #!/bin/bash TARGET=${1%.pdf}.eps echo "pdftops -eps${1} - | ps2eps > ${TARGET}" pdftops -eps${1} - | ps2eps > ${TARGET} echo "ps2eps stdout redirected to:${TARGET}"

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