\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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Even at dpi it is legible, and at dpi it is great. Mico k 30 Cannot determine size of graphic Ask Question. This usually works quite well if you keep the following in mind: If your filename includes spaces then put it in double quotes. I’m trying to follow the instructions from epslatex. In case you cannot find a bounding box and your eps file is still usable, of course, which may not be the caseI’d suggest that you try guessing it.

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If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question. Jpg is lossy, but it seems to fulfill its warranty and only loose things you can’t see. How to fix my Latex problem. The CropBox is the region to which the contents of the page are to be clipped when displayed. In case you have a peculiar eps file which contains a BoundingBox comment but, for some reason, graphicx cannot read it, you can try searching your file.

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DavidCarlisle — we’ve had problems boujding in production with the bounding box at the end; maybe it’s dvips that can’t find it properly, but in any case, we always have to make repairs.

Post as a guest Name. Last updated This question appears to be off-topic because it belongs on tex. The character c gives the horizontal center in bc or tcbut gives the vertical center in lc or rc. You will get perfect quality postscript out of xv, ImageMagick and pretty much any other tool.

The point of the graphic about which includegrxphics rotation happens. The graphic will be shown so its bounding box is this width. One cause might be that the binary stuff has been corrupted during a file transfer, another that the bytecount is simply wrong.

The gif is x pixel, while the eps contains an image of: Although the question has been answered by DavidCarlisle in the comment, I’ll try to complete the answer here.

Why so many secrets? Before that, I thought, the bb would be always the same, not depending on the program used for conversion. In this case, the lower left corner of the image is assumed to be at 0,0. What has this to do with ijcludegraphics. Latex however returns this error: Although the quality of the image will be fine, the size will be horrible. Do not write information to the log. This differs from the height icnludegraphics the graphic was rotated.


I don’t know if you can post them to this group. Bos, you can change this in TexShop from the “Typeset” menu. Gives parts of the graphic to not show. Anything more, you would be better advised to do the scaling your own, using some low-pass filter before resampling to avoid alias.

It seems to depend on the subject matter. Yeah, its surprising how the interface for CS journals are so out-dated.

I can only assume that your previewers do some sort of extrapolation or somesuch. LaTeX needs to know how much space to reserve for the graphic, and it can’t read in. A non-Latex solution A very fast solution is to convert the png file into eps format.

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MacTex seems to be more robust than other Tex distributions that I’ve seen. Could it be that their server is using an old compiler?

If you have an x pixel screenshot, and want to print it with, say, dpi, it has the dimensions: Sometimes the differences are dramatic.