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When you do \usepackage[turkish]{babel} the symbol = has its catcode set to 13 (active). This causes problems with arguments such as width=\textwidth. You can prevent this behaviour by doing \usepackage[turkish,shorthands=off]{babel} Alternatively, if shorthands are important to you, you can temporarily switch them off. This only worked for me if I placed ...

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The self-solution provided does not produce a -90 degree rotation. In fact, \includegraphics gives the same result as what was described for psfig.tex when the angle is -90. I can't find any psfig.tex; I'm not sure there even exists an official version by that name (and I looked back to TeXLive 2000). But psfig.sty works for me. It explicitly shifts the ...

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OK. I've figured out the solution. \documentclass{article} % Specifies the document class \usepackage{geometry} \usepackage{setspace} \usepackage[dvips]{graphicx} \usepackage{afterpage} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{sistyle} \usepackage{rotate} \newcommand{\ip}[2]{(#1, #2)} % Defines \ip{arg1}{arg2} to mean ...

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I can't test this as you don't give a MWE and I don't have an .eps to hand. However, I suspect that you need to include \epstopdfsetup{suffix=.generated,prefersuffix=true} in your preamble to tell the graphics package how to convert your eps images. So you'd use something like: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx} \usepackage{epstopdf} ...

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It's a Matlab problem, mixing up encodings, and it doesn't have anything to do with LaTeX. Matlab supports Unicode internally, including displaying Unicode symbols in plots, but as far as I can tell you cannot generate eps files containing them. In particular, the UTF-8 code of a symbol is written by Matlab as an octal escape sequence to the eps, for "€" ...

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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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I've propagated this question also to the TeX Live mailing list and it was a bug that's been fixed now (thanks to willing developers), yet in development version only.

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Can't you use LuaTeX? Then you are able to integrate the MP-code into the document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{luamplib} \begin{document} Lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum lorem ipsum. % \begin{mplibcode} u:=1cm; beginfig(1); draw ...

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I just confirmed that I am seeing this same behavior. On both my Windows 7 desktop and a number of Windows Server virtual machines that I run. Both environments are running the most current MikTex with all updates from the mirrors as of yesterday.

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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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