Am Donnerstag, 26. Juni 2008 07:28 schrieb Vaclav Smidl:
> Hi Wolfgang,
> I also prefer having the fontsize in figures equal to that of the
> surrounding text.
> > > If the special flag was set you encountered a bug, either in xfig,
> > > fig2dev or in LyX. Otherwise just set the flag, and the text should be
> > > typeset by LaTeX.
> >
> > How does xfig find out the size and font I used in the document, or does
> > it make latex take it over?
> To do that, you really need the "special" flag switched on for strings in
> xfig. If you did not do it in your xfig files, you can change it quite
> efficiently using "update" functionality in xfig gui, or by a script on raw
> xfig file format. All strings are terminated by \001 so it is easy to
> detect them and the special flag is just one of the numbers in front of the
> text. Do not remember which one, you can easily find it out by diffing two
> files, one with and one without the special flag.
> As a second step, redefine latex macro SetFigFont in the preamble:
> either
> \gdef\SetFigFont#1#2#3#4#5{\relax}
> or
> \gdef\SetFigFontNFSS#1#2#3#4#5{\relax}
> depending on the xfig version. Check one of your .pdftex_t file which
> version is used in it.
> Then, all texts will be typeset by the active font in latex.
> Hope this helps,
> Vasek

Vasek, this is a very valuable information and I am thankful.

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