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The problem is that you are doing an \includegraphics{} on a EPS file that is invalid. When this happened to me, the EPS file hadn't changed in a year, so I have to assume it was the newer version of XeLaTeX that I was using (either a new bug, or the new version is less tolerant of sloppy EPS files. How to find the EPS that causes this problem: Sadly the ...

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Based on @Ignasi answer and the link he posted about using an editor with PdfLaTeX, the solution is as follows: From foolabs.com download xpdf and unpack to a location on your computer. In Computer Properties Go to Advanced system settings -> Environment Variables and add the path of your particular xpdfbin\bin to the path. This will enable Windows to find ...

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This is what externalize TikZ library does. Try to compile next code with command pdflatex --shell-escape levels (being levels the name of the file). As a result you'll get a pdf file with the whole document, but also another file called levels-figure0.pdf which contains the TikZ figure: In fact you'll get as many levels-figureXXX.pdf files as ...

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Finally solved it. The only changes is mathptmx to tgtermes. And, in hyperref option, disable breaklinks and set implicit=false. Therefore, in UMalChemThesis.cls: \RequirePackage{tgtermes} %\RequirePackage{mathptmx} \RequirePackage[implicit=false,pdfborder={0 0 0}]{hyperref} Thanks to Johannes_B

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I've tried a number of options, including converting with Inkscape and using pdftops with the eps flag turned on. Both have problems with certain fonts. The online tools and ImageMagick both rasterize the image unacceptably. I found that the most effective process is to convert in two steps: first convert the .pdf to .ps using pdftops, which preserves the ...

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In windows, try this software: http://download.cnet.com/Free-EPS-To-JPG-Converter/3000-2192_4-76086793.html http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Graphic/Image-Convertors/Free-EPS-To-JPG-Converter.shtml In Linux: (ubuntu) Install imagemagick: sudo apt-get install imagemagick Then, to convert: convert foo.eps foo.jpg to resize: convert ...

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I think, you are looking for the epslatex terminal. So begin your Gnuplot script with set terminal epslatex set output 'output.tex' then you can use latex notation like set xlabel '$\hat{x}/ \lambda_D$' this should output a .eps file with the plot and and the .tex file where the plot is embedded and the labels are set. You can use it with ...

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The default value for the key /Interpolate in the image dictionary of the PDF file is false, see PDF specification, section 8.9.5.3 Image Interpolation. Therefore adding /Interpolate false only makes the default explicit. Likely, the anti-aliasing is done by the PDF viewer and it should be turned off there. Notice also the note that comes with the ...

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