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It doesn't seem that there is a way to prevent the warning showing up directly. One work-around would be to use the silence package to filter out the warnings from the output. However, silence doesn't detect these warnings as they're generated using \@warning{File `#1' not found}%` (line 166 of graphics.sty) and silence only picks up warnings generated ...


no, you have to write this in the terminal. Go to the directory, where the .tex file is located with cd and then write the command line lualatex --shell-escape myfile


Here is the output from your MWE on my system: PDF: PS: So this certainly looks fine here. \documentclass[11pt,tikz,border=5pt]{standalone} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \draw (0,0) circle(2); \end{tikzpicture} \end{document} Note: The slight unevenness in both cases is the result of conversion to PNG for upload here. Both ...


It is not really an answer but there is something wrong in your pdf. I opened it in Illustrator to have a look at how your objects were created. As you can see below, the pdf circle [right] is a set of few splines (fine) while the ps circle [left] is a set of many small disjoint black dots (bad). If you used Tikz for both, my guess is that there is something ...

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