# [OS X TeX] inputting figures that are pfd files

Frank STENGEL fstengel at mac.com
Sun Apr 9 16:06:05 EDT 2006

Le 9 avr. 06 à 18:16, Bruce Kellogg a écrit :

> \includegraphics{fos}
>
> somewhere in the file. When processing the file with LaTeX,
> I get the usual pdf output up to the point where the
> \includegraphics statement is, then nothing else.

Weird

> The logfile
> gives the message
>
>
> <fos.pdf, id=1, 614.295pt x 794.97pt> <use fos.pdf>
> Overfull \hbox (159.5385pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 134--135
> [][]
>
>
> and seems to continue processing the file. (Lines 134--135 are at the
> \includegraphics statement.) I confess to not understanding
> the comments about the bounding box in the section on \includegraphics
> in the book of Kopta and Daly. But, just to try something I
> modified the statement to
>
> \includegraphics[0cm,0cm][2cm,2cm]{fos}
>
> Now I got a full set of output, but with a blank space where I would
> have expected the figure, and no relevant comments in the log file as
> far as I could see. Any suggestions?

Just to be sure: did you try including another picture? Can you open
the picture you are trying to use (fos.pdf) with Preview.app? Have
you tried viewing the first (before the cropping) document with Acrobat?

From what I read it seems that fos.pdf is causing problems with the
pdf engine used in OSX

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Frank STENGEL (fstengel<at>mac.com)

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