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answered Cleveref and breqn packages don't play nice together
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answered Best way to install packages for TeXLive in Ubuntu?
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revised What is the correct way to caption a `tikzpicture`?
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answered Alter saturation or brightness of a color
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revised Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images
Explain miminal change necessary to original workflow to solve problem
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answered Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images
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comment Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images
One final note: I believe the distinction between vector and bitmap images in this case is academic - in both cases the instruction is to fill a particular area of the page with a single colour. I.e., despite the publishers' software complaining about low resolution, the lines should look as intended when output at any resolution.
Sep
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comment Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images
Further to my previous comment: pdfimages reveals that, with the workflow as above but using ps2pdf instead of Acrobat, both fraction bars and horizontal rules are rendered as a 1x1 black image which is stretched to the required size - hence the error with resolution. I'm not sure where in the process this is introduced - the PostScript file is not very friendly to my (relatively inexperienced) eyes. I did notice, however, that when the file is compiled directly with pdflatex the lines are rendered correctly as vectors - would this be an option for you?
Sep
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comment Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images
Re detecting the results: pdfimages may help - it will extract lines which are rendered as bitmap images for some reason but not vectors.
Sep
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comment Creating Large Math Boundaries
@night owl: the \left...\right construction automatically resizes the delimiters to fit whatever's inside, so you only need one \rule to make both delimiters the right size.
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answered In the siunitx package, how do i get it to produce uncertainties with the \pm symbol instead of parenthesis
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comment Strange space left above wrapfig figures
Many thanks for this---which worked like a charm---and apologies for not spotting the duplicate!
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