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It looks like you are using a distribution which either does not properly activate installed map files. First, your invocation of updmap is wrong. You cannot call updmap with the full path of a map file, please see the man page of updmap --help for correct syntax. The normal solution would be to call updmap-sys --enable Map sansmathaccent.map which ...

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A quick solution, with pictures changed: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[draft]{graphicx} \usepackage{url} \begin{document} \noindent \begin{tabular}{l l l} CUSTOMER: & \includegraphics[width=6cm,height=1.5cm,keepaspectratio]{at} & Date: \\%{% now "SHORT_DATE_FORMAT" %}\\ & {\url{ qb_full_name|upper }} ...

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Yes, this is caused by the shift commands. You shouldn't use the normal TikZ transformation commands (like shift or scale) to alter a plot, because they operate in the "paper domain", while you should be working in the "data domain". So if you want to shift a plot by 7.5 "data units" to the right, you can either alter your function (\addplot [...] { ...

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Your EPS file doesn't tell the truth about its bounding box. It says %!PS-Adobe %%Creator: The Mighty Setlink. %%BoundingBox: 58 35 612 525 %%EndComments while you computed a bounding box equivalent to %%BoundingBox: 113 67 506 741 and it's the missing 216bp from the top that are the culprit. If I edit the EPS file so that it reads %!PS-Adobe ...

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As @egreg says in the comments, the original eps file is defective, and gets cropped when it is converted to pdf. The bounding box is wrong, but you probably won't see this in a viewer because the first line is also wrong, causing the file to be displayed as ordinary (non-encapsulated) postscript (so the bounding box will be ignored and you will see a lot of ...

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I installed them by running tlmgr install cowfont --repository http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/2012 ...which gave me: tlmgr: package repository http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/2012 [1/1, ??:??/??:??] install: cowfont [656k] tlmgr: package log updated at d:/programs/texlive/texmf-var/web2c/tlmgr.log running mktexlsr ... done running mktexlsr. running updmap-sys ...

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I get really good quality saving my files as eps with a dpi setting of 1000 in Python. With this setting, I can zoom in at the highest level and there is no loss of quality with the lines. I don't know if there is a way for you to set the dpi in gnuplot. If you can't, make the plot in Python or do it in tikz/pgf-plots. If you want to check the quality, ...

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I moved my build process onto a fresh install of Ubuntu and still had the same problem. In the end I installed the "texlive-full" package, and that sorted it out.

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When I remove the trailing empty line after the table or remove the preview option (standalone v1.x) then the issues disappear. Please see Standalone package creates a page with a fixed width which explains why this happens with the preview option. Because of this I consider your question a duplicate of that question and will close it as such shortly. ...

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I think this problem is caused by the PDF version of your file (version 1.2): MacAir-Papiro $file analysiscompsSprJan2011.pdf analysiscompsSprJan2011.pdf: PDF document, version 1.2 Please, use your LaTeX code with a PDF file version 1.4... To change the version of your PDF file, see here. 6 It seems pdfTeX has trouble with the font encodings in analysiscompsSprJan2011.pdf that was generated by dvipdfm 0.13.2d. Workarounds: The example works with LuaTeX. It seems to work, if the PDF file is preprocessed by pdfcrop. Usually pdfTeX tries to detect the fonts in embedded PDF files and if the fonts are known, then pdfTeX uses the fonts directly ... 1 Ah-- it was this line: \usepackage[margin=1in]{geometry} Adding it to the standalone document did the trick. 0 Thanks @Tobias Schula. I just used the wrong Font path for the Adobefonts. After I repeat the the installation with the right path /opt/Adobe/Reader9/Resource/Font/ everything worked fine for me again. 7 I'm not sure what pcygni.txt file is and I got no output from that, but your main problem is \$ is a command to choose fonts and typeset a $but (I think) you want to pass a$ to gnuplot so it is the wrong sort of quoting. this runs without error although probably isn't the plot you want. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{pgfplots} ...

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Take a look at LaTeX Daemon: http://william.famille-blum.org/software/latexdaemon/ It automatically recompiles the document if it has changed. It precompiles the preamble to speed up compilation. It won't hang on error.

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I have incorporated the patch suggested by Joseph Wright into the ucs package. The updated package should soon appear on CTAN under version number 2.2.

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If you insert \RequirePackage{color} before \AtBeginDocument{ ... } in the class FITthesis.cls it will work as well ;-)

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What about simply set the text in white colour for the coloured version and for the text version in black but with a wildcard of the same size as the image? Maybe it's not elegant, but seems to work. %http://mirrors.ctan.org/info/examples/lgc2/pstricks/tiger.eps \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{blindtext} ...

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PDFTeX does not interpret PostScript files. So you should transform your *.EPS file onto *.PDF. You can use, e.g., epstopdf package.

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The problem is the way ucs emulates LaTeX kernel features. If you read the code, you'll find: \ifx\@ifnextchar\undefined \def\@ifnextchar#1#2#3{% \let\reserved@d=#1% \def\reserved@a{#2}% \def\reserved@b{#3}% \futurelet\@let@token\@ifnch}\fi which looks safe enough, but fails in the case where the immediately preceding use of \@let@token ...

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Option pdfnewwindow controls this behaviour, e.g.: \usepackage[pdfnewwindow]{hyperref} or \hypersetup{pdfnewwindow} The latter can also be used in a local group. The setting is disabled by setting to false: \hypersetup{pdfnewwindow=false}

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Below you will find the minimal code for plain pdfTeX. VPlayer.swf from the media9 package is used as the video player component. Put it into the current directory along with the video file. The code may be repeated for further video inclusions; VPlayer.swf will be embedded only once per document. plain pdf\TeX{} video example: ...

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User commands need to start with a capital letter; try the following: command! Buildme exec('cd ..|!pdflatex main.tex')

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The documentation and source code of media9 by Alexander Grahn is probably a good place to start. The documentation additionally contains a list of technical references at the end which you might also want to read.

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Merge with Ghostscript. Use pdfpages on the Ghostscript output like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pdfpages} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \pagenumbering{Roman} \setcounter{page}{4} \includepdf[pages={1-17}]{gs-output.pdf} % contains table of contents \pagenumbering{arabic} \includepdf[pages={18-}]{gs-output.pdf} % Rest of the book ...

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I guess you are using MikTeX. You need to pass -sPAPERSIZE#a4 to ps2pdf to get the same margin.

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try this: \documentclass[handout]{beamer} \usepackage{pgfpages} \mode<handout>{\setbeamercolor{background canvas}{bg=black!20}} \pgfpagesuselayout{2 on 1}[letterpaper,border shrink=5mm] \begin{document} \begin{frame} Frame A \end{frame} \begin{frame} Frame B \end{frame} \begin{frame} Frame C \end{frame} \begin{frame} Frame D \end{frame} ...

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Try this kind of folder structure. I had the same error but overcome by using like this. \chapter{Introduction} \ifpdf \graphicspath{{Introduction/IntroductionFigs/PNG/}{Introduction/IntroductionFigs/PDF/}{Introduction/IntroductionFigs/}} \else \graphicspath{{Introduction/IntroductionFigs/EPS/}{Introduction/IntroductionFigs/}} \fi

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Not a real answer, just an attempt to narrow down the problem. I can't reproduce the symptoms with the following Python code (version 2.7.2 on MacOS X): utfcheck.py: #!/usr/bin/python problemString = u'educator'+unichr(39)+u's and '+unichr(0xc3) documentTemplate=r"""\documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \begin{document} %s \end{document} ...

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Let my try to solve your issue using arara If you hear arara the first time here a small abstract: arara allows the specification of the compilation steps from the main document This small sentence isn't able to describe the whole power of the tool. Therefor you can have a look at the documentation or the short intro at the homepage: Homepage arara The ...

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Package hyperref adds bookmarks (outlines). If only some pages are extracted, then there might be pages that have bookmark entries (e.g. by \section{bar}). However ghostscript does not reorganize the bookmark tree (non-trivial in general). It only makes a poor job of copying the tree, removing some invalid entries. Such page subset documents are not a ...

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To enable shell escape in TeXShop:

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You might want to make sure (i.e. check the documentation) that pdfrender is supposed to actually affect non-text elements, too: does it promise to be capable of modifying line width for all kinds of paths? I'm not so sure. It may well be that the behavoir you're getting is within the limits of what's to be expected from that package -- or from the ›raw‹ ...

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Install and use the libertine-legacy package from CTAN.

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The \censorbox command from my censor package can block out boxed material like figures, tables, etc. Here is an excerpt from the docs:

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@urlikefischer provided the answer. By running updmap in cmd prompt, the problem is solved. I did some research about what updmap is and this is what I found: updmap - Update font map files for TeX output drivers. updmap-sys - Update font map files for TeX output drivers system-wide. DESCRIPTION updmap is a utility that creates font ...

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