\includegraphics[width=mm, height=mm]{../. results2/html/ (no BoundingBox). I still get the same no BoundingBox error. this is strange, because if I extract the bounding box with the “ebb” command I \ includegraphics[width=12cm]{fig/BrochierCie_Maroc/}. For bitmaps, there exist different flavors: no compression (which . 1. find the bounding box of the image (this can helpful to put the \includegraphics command.

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Should we migrate this and other tex questions to tex. This should print includegraphcs well. By the way, when taking your printers resolution into consideration, remeber that most low-cost printer, even though tey have a nominal resolution of more than DPI, will rarely give you more than DPI in real life….

Deleting the file figure. Cannot determine size of graphic in test2. You can nox it to match the resolution of your printer, and use a more complex dithering method, and avoid the printer’s half-toning.

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The error message is typical when including bitmap graphics, e. Sign bunding using Email and Password. Last updated To include png and jpgyou need to specify the Bounding Box explicitly. Are you using pdflatex? You should remember that the printer has to do half-toning to print your picture. When I use pdftex, the command:.


[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)

I can only assume that your previewers do some sort of extrapolation or somesuch. By the way, if you draw diagrams take a look at OmniGraffle.

Before that, I thought, the bb would be always the same, not depending on the program used for conversion. See also the viewport option. Latex uses this entry to determine how to place the image in the document. Yeah, its surprising how the interface for CS journals are so out-dated.

hox And in includegraphkcs version of gv this is indeed the exact same scaling which the previewer will do if “Natural Size” instead of “Pixel Based” is choosen, so on my screen they even have the exact same size. If your distro does not have ‘xv’ then most likely it comes with ‘ee’a.

I want to include an eps file in LaTeX. This usually works quite well if you keep the following in mind: What is the difference? Specify the file extension of the read file.

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I boundin the first image to PDF and the compilation happened perfectly. Have I specified the size correctly in the latex file? If I have to manually set some measurements of the image, please tell me how I can find out those measurements.


How do I convert to PDF format? Is there an open bug report about it anywhere? The true size of the image is x in pixels. That purplish grey you are using must be hell for the printer… Hmm, I just tried, and indeed this looks fairly poor: The save to PS-dialog offers you the possibility to set the resolution.

Instead, LaTeX will put an empty box includeggaphics the correct size with the filename printed in it. This is the cause of all your trouble. This is not supposed to happen for valid eps files, as they should contain a BoundingBox comment and the graphicx package should be able to read it.

So, I’d like to know you opinion on: If you have an x pixel screenshot, and want to print it with, say, dpi, it has uncludegraphics dimensions:. Use your usual capturing tools.

Without, the two images are absolutely identical except for a small white border to the right and bottom of the eps, but I assume this is an artefact of gv rather than soemthing in the image.

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