[OS X TeX] Undesired Rotated Figure in PSTricks
vmcgarry at austin.rr.com
Mon May 16 12:36:52 EDT 2005
Thanks, Maarten. It seems I have version 2.9.1, too. I also have
another version inside the TeXShop Resources folder. I removed that
one temporarily to see if there was any change, but its still the
same. Is there a way to tell what script is being called?
I tried to add unrotated text, but that didn't work either.
On May 16, 2005, at 9:57 AM, Maarten Sneep wrote:
> On 16 May 2005, at 08:05, Vince McGarry wrote:
>> I'm having a problem that I think may be related to dvips.
>> Rotations are occurring that I can neither explain nor fix. I am
>> enclosing a few files with comments. My desire is to get things
>> working again with Herb Schulz's version of ps4pdf, however the
>> rotation problem seems to even affect the display in TeXShop's pdf
>> viewer when compiling with latex-dvips-gs. I seem to remember a
>> discussion about this a while back, but can't find it.
> It is related to the epstopdf script. It tries to be smart when
> deciding the orientation of a pdf when generating it from an eps
> file. A bit too smart for its own good. You can either try to use
> pstopdf (which is Apple's converter), or dig inside the epstopdf
> script and fix it*. Cheating is allowed: adding invisible,
> unrotated text will fool the algorithm, and force the figure to be
> in the orientation you expect (or at least the is what I heard).
> * Although I have version 2.9.1 draft on my machine, and it seems
> to have fixed tissue already:
> # 2004/03/17 v2.9.1draft (Gerben Wierda)
> # * No autorotate page
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