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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 ...


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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


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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 ...


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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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