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The problem appears to be related to the transparency of the PNG and PDF graphics I was using. I solved the problem by flattening the PDF graphics before inserting them, and opening the PNG files in gimp to remove the alpha channel from those files. (It would appear that pdflatex is invisibly spreading the transparent layer of transparent graphics across ...


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Just change this: \includegraphics{yourfigurefilename} with this: \includegraphics[draft = True]{yourfigurefilename}.


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The problem is very likely the use of transparency (option fill opacity). The following examples used opaque colors, the lightgreen is achieved by mixing green with white: \documentclass[border=10pt,tikz]{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \draw [very thick,fill=green!20!white] (-4, 4) circle (2.0cm) node {\textbf{A}}; ...



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