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You have to use figure* here. Also reduce the width of minipages to \begin{minipage}{.0.48\textwidth}. And in \includegraphics the width can be \linewidth. Further, you may need the [t] alignment specifier for minipages and a \hfill in between the minipages. There is no need of using \captionof, use \caption straight away.. ...


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It somehow worked by using "epstool" as described on http://feng.li/crop-eps/ . For that I downloaded epstool, put the exe-file into the folder where my eps-file was. Then I used Windows Command Prompt, moved to that folder and entered the command as given on the website: epstool --copy --bbox file.eps file_new.eps Please note that the original purpose of ...


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The default mode of TeXShop is using pdflatex for producing the final output. Nowadays (almost) nobody uses DVI as the final format, but PDF. Sometimes DVI files are used as intermediate steps (particularly if PSTricks is necessary). When there's no need for a DVI file (as intermediate step or as final format) it's faster to output directly to PDF; take ...


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Package epstopdf can be reconfigured to remove the additional name suffix from the generated file name. The suffix was added to avoid accidental overwriting of .pdf source files. But if all images are .eps files, then these precaution measure is not necessary. The image file is then included without extension and the graphicx package will find the .pdf file ...


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I was having the same problem where my output PDF would have a space reserved for the graphic, but nothing more. In my case it was caused by not having Ghostscript installed, which is necessary since xelatex supports EPS by converting it to PDF in the background via Ghostscript.



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