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comment TeXLive 2011: pdfLaTeX does not convert eps to pdf for eps files in subdirectories
@ Werner I have the texmf.cnf file also as yours with shell_escape = p in C:\texlive\2011\texmf\web2c. My mistake was to put {/test/classi.eps} and not just {test/classi.eps}. Thanks. It works now.
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comment TeXLive 2011: pdfLaTeX does not convert eps to pdf for eps files in subdirectories
@ Werner Thanks. Does -shell-escape is to be put after pdfLaTeX.exe like in pdfLaTeX -shell-escape myfile.tex ? Actually I have the file in a folder in my tex root directory. Even if I have {/test/classi.eps}, PdfLaTeX still complains. 1 vote up.
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asked TeXLive 2011: pdfLaTeX does not convert eps to pdf for eps files in subdirectories
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comment Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
Thanks again and 1 vote up.
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accepted Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
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comment TeXLive 2011 does not update local directories
Thanks for this shortcut. I normally do this with the TeXLive Manager > update filename database. 1 vote up.
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accepted TeXLive 2011 does not update local directories
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comment TeXLive 2011 does not update local directories
Ok it works fine. Thanks and 1 vote up.
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comment Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
@Werner. Yes perfect! it works. Please convert your comment into an answer here and I will accept it.
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comment Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
@Werner Thanks. I've included its contents in the post.
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revised Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
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asked TeXLive 2011 does not update local directories
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asked Cannot run TexLive Manager for TeXLive 2008
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
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accepted EPS output from PSTricks
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comment EPS output from PSTricks
@ Daniel I guess here it is better to stick with the PS file rather than trying to convert it into an EPS. The issue for me is that I can add text above and below the image. Yes it works. Thanks for your efforts.
Nov
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comment Scale one dimension of EPS and preserve label font and size
This is a nasty issue in my opinion. If you have your figure in a vector drawing software then together with the \psfrag command, you can work on the fonts in your LaTeX code itself.
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comment EPS output from PSTricks
@ Daniel Thanks. This is a PS file and not an EPS. I have tried converting the PS to an EPS file using ps2eps -f --fixps graph.ps. When inserting the resulting graph.eps file with the \includegraphics command I get the graph upside down and at the bottom left of the page. An PS takes the whole page while an EPS will only take the space it needs. I played with the bounding box of the EPS file but couldn't make it appear well. 1vote up.
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revised EPS output from PSTricks
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