Usually I find all of my answers out here from you. Thanks. But, this time I'm stumped. I updated my MiKTeX last week and then no jpeg or png files would be incorporated into the pdf file. I found a hint that this was a 64-bit problem, so I just reinstalled the latest 32-bit version. The tex file compiles without error, but again no images.

I'm using files that I used just last week for presentations. They worked just fine. This week nothing is working. So, I'm happy to post an example of my code, but it feels like the upgrade not working for me.

Please let me know. Most of my life is on tex and I need it working...

Thanks.

Here's the example, but again, the full beamer presentation I used for a talk last Friday will now not produce a single image, just white space where the images should be.

My test file:

\begin{document}
test\\

\includegraphics[width=64mm,natwidth=610,natheight=642]{pics//bad.png}\\

and more tests

\includegraphics[width=64mm,natwidth=610,natheight=642]{pics//packard4.jpg}\\

and even  more tests

\end{document}
  • Where did you find the hint about the 32 vs 64 bit version? – Dr. Manuel Kuehner Feb 25 at 0:09
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    remove the natwidth and natheight key. – Ulrike Fischer Feb 25 at 8:20
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    Crosspost – Johannes_B Feb 25 at 8:22
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    And adding to the strange natheight business, ... why // in the file name? – Johannes_B Feb 25 at 8:23
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    I hope your real document has not got \\ at the end of paragraphs like this test (never do that, it makes boxes with badness 10000, which is tex's maximum measure of how bad the output is. – David Carlisle Feb 25 at 12:02

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