[OS X TeX] graphicspath
Piet van Oostrum
piet at cs.uu.nl
Sun Jan 15 16:00:22 EST 2006
>>>>> Alain Schremmer <Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com> (AS) wrote:
>AS> Until now, I had in my document lines such as
The graphics path should be a list. The above list has 3 items:
(1) . (2) / (3) Figures/
Each item is prepended to the given filename and then tried as the file
path. The first 2 are nonsense as it is unlikely that you have a file
.Figures/01-00-01.pdf or /Figures/01-00-01.pdf lthough accidentally it
The last one will fail also as you probably dont have
In that case the filename as give will be used.
So in fact your graphicspath was useless.
>AS> in the preamble and all worked well even though Companion 2ed p624 says it
>AS> ought to be
>AS> which of course works too.
>AS> The number of figures, though, is starting to get big and the numbering to
>AS> be less and less systematic. So, I thought I would organize the figures
>AS> into folders. But, for the life of me, I can't figure out how to write the
>AS> path that will let LaTeX find a figure in a nested folder which is what I
>AS> really would like.
>AS> The following doesn't work
That is strange, because it should work if your file is really in
BigFolder/SubFolder/01.pdf relative to the current working directory.
>AS> nor does
The same should work (By the way the ./ is superfluous)
>AS> both of which I thought ought to work since both BigFolder and the File.tex
>AS> that uses the figures are side by side in the same LargeFolder. I fiddled
>AS> around with / and . in various places but nothing works.
It is not important where the File.tex is located but what is the current
Piet van Oostrum <piet at cs.uu.nl>
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