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You can try \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \input{Colors.pdf_tex} \end{document}


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This is perhaps one of the cases where the new primitive \pdfinterwordspaceon can be useful. If I run \documentclass{article} \pdfinterwordspaceon \usepackage{libertine} \usepackage{lipsum} \setlipsumdefault{1} \begin{document} \lipsum \end{document} and save to text from Adobe Reader, the spaces show.


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Usually the file name of included images is lost and not available in the PDF file. The only exception are included PDF files via pdfTeX or LuaTeX. These compilers include the PDF files as XForm objects with the addition of the following keys: /PTEX.FileName (./tiger.pdf) /PTEX.PageNumber 1 /PTEX.InfoDict 6 0 R With a PDF library, the file name can be ...


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Just to ease you to choose the better font conveniently. Apparently, I have made it several decades ago, here (click). \documentclass[preview,border=12pt,multi]{standalone} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{template.tex} \documentclass[preview,border=12pt,12pt]{standalone} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{\fonttouse} ...


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Use \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{kpfonts} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}


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I have no idea why this happens, but it seems like the mere presence of the file C:\ProgramData\MiKTeX\2.9\dvipdfm\config\dvipdfmx.cfg causes this issue, even if the file is empty. Removing the file seems to fix the problem.


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Let me check if I understood the question. You want to have two separate files containing paragraphs separated by blank lines, as in standard latex, and you want those files to be paragraph-synced as if you wrote \ParallelLText{} or \ParallelRText{} around of them? If so, the only solution which came to my mind is to use Luatex to read those files, split ...


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@Andrew is right. Be sure you update to MacTex-2014 and run the fixMacTeX2014.pkg as well (it downloads with the MacTeX and is found in the Applications>TeX folder). Save yourself a lot of hacking AND be working with the latest MacTeX release.


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I identified 2 problems in your MWE: As @Paul Gessler said, in \bibliographystyle{style}, "style" is not a valid bibliography style. To read more about the different bibliography styles, check the link he provided or this one. I couldn't compile your literature.bib file, because the last element in the bibitem has a colon at the end (" url = ...


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Here is a slightly longer comment This sample file works just fine \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir} \usepackage[dvipdfmx]{graphicx} \begin{document} \includegraphics{973c6f2954.eps} \end{document} compiled using latex and dvipdfmx on TeX Live 2013 (frozen) on Linux.


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I had the same issue with exporting pdfs from inkscape. The work around was to export into ps and then convert pstopdf, e.g. with Adobe Distiller or other tools.


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If you really want to add them to a PDF file, such as for legal documents, these tricks might work for you. Add page numbers to a doc first convert with pdf2ps and back with ps2pdf to fix xref table (Problem, this rasterizes. Somehow pass -dNoVerifyXref thru pspdftool to gs?) pspdftool 'number(start=1, size=20, x=550 pt, y=10 pt)' test-bar.pdf ...


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This has most likely to do with your version of pdflatex. Check it by opening up cmd (Windows start -> run -> cmd.exe) and type pdflatex --version If your version does not correspond to the version on http://miktex.org/, remove the old version of MiKTex from your computer and download and install the newest MikTex version to your computer.


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I strongly advise uploading the source code to the arXiv for archival purposes. Once the document itself is made public, there is no reason I can think of for not making the source code public. That said, there can be reasons for avoiding the arXiv's own compiler if it doesn't have up to date versions of packages that you use and, for example, uploading ...



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