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Jun
17
revised error using pgfsysdriver with tex4ht, only shows up with texlive 2014, ok with texlive 2013
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Jun
17
revised error using pgfsysdriver with tex4ht, only shows up with texlive 2014, ok with texlive 2013
add versions
Jun
17
asked error using pgfsysdriver with tex4ht, only shows up with texlive 2014, ok with texlive 2013
Jun
16
comment tex4ht: reuse png images instead of creating new ones
But png files do not have bounding box? the width will be ignored when run by tex4ht, and original .png size will be used. I tried it on texlive 2013. Only pdflatex will scale the .png file, but not tex4ht
Jun
15
comment Plotting y=exp^(-x^2)
I'd use Mathematica and export to eps, so much easier :) Plot[Exp[-x^2], {x, -10, 10}, PlotRange -> All, Frame -> True] !Mathematica graphics
Jun
15
comment How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
No, it still does not center it in tex4ht !Mathematica graphics You can try that yourself, tex4ht is part of standard latex distribution, so you should have it along with pdflatex in your distribution?
Jun
15
comment Strange interaction between hyperref, listings and animate
just a side note, I've read that \usepackage{hyperref} should be put at the end, after all other packages are loaded.
Jun
15
answered How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
Jun
15
comment How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
Thanks. But this did not work with tex4ht which is what I wanted. This is what I get from htlatex foo.tex "htm,p-width" !Mathematica graphics
Jun
14
comment How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
@Bernard yes. The first image above is the PDF output as you can see. It is only horizontally centered. I used \makecell[cc]{image} but the doc is bit confusing, may be it needs something more.... \makecell{\includegraphics{…}} also only center it horizontally. Not vertically. Vertically centered is more important for me actually.
Jun
14
revised How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
added makecell
Jun
14
comment How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
@Bernard thanks for the sugestion. Never used this. But tried it. and I can only get it to center align horizontally, but not vertically. I'll add what I tried above, may be I am not doing something right.
Jun
14
asked How to vertically center an image in table, using p{} and without using m for tex4ht?
Jun
14
accepted How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
That seems to have been the trick! putting a line and little more, above the wrapfig when starting new section. If the wrapfig was above the text, the problem shows up as in the MWE. So the solution seems to be, is to avoid wrapfig as first thing in a section! Ok, that is a rule I can remember. Will add it to my latex cheat sheet which is growing larger and larger each day. Thank you.
Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
Thanks. But I am having hard time getting the semantics of this put sufficient text in the paragraph following wrapfigure. What is sufficient text for each case? And what if I said all I have to say and want to start new section like with the MWE I have? Where do I come up with extra text? I see with the extra text it works nicely. But I can't always know how much text to put it there to make wrapfig happy. For me, wrapfig should provide a better solution than having one keep adding text until things work out. But thank you again for the hints.
Jun
13
revised How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
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Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
@HarishKumar sorry, not following you. I have large paragraphs below the figure, with lots of text. My question is why those are not flushed to the right edge of the page once the figure is set? The whole document, all the pages that follow, have this problem. everything got pushed to the left as seen in this screen shot !Mathematica graphics (Will update the question with this new screen shot also to make it clear) but feel free to modify the MWE if you can resolve this issue to show me what I need to change.
Jun
13
comment How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout
Thanks for the suggestion, but it does not work well. When added [10] to all the wrapfigure, now I get this !Mathematica graphics if I changed it to [8], the second figure jumbed to the second page and no wrapping happened. If I have to micro manage this like this, it will not work. Latex was supposed to be about content and let Latex put things in the right place. I think I will not use this package, it is not working for me as I expected.
Jun
13
asked How to correctly use geometry package with wrapfig package to avoid wrong layout