Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread nuke

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks
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Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

nuke wrote:

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.

If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks


One possibility is to move the graphics insets into LyX notes or 
comments, so that they are retained in the file but ignored on output. 
Another possibility is to find some innocuous EPS file and put multiple 
copies in the folder where the real images originally lived, giving each 
copy the name of one of the image files.


/Paul



Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 17 July 2009 13:47:58 schrieb nuke:
 I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
 eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
 fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
 fails with the following message:


 Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
 specified...
that usually means the figure is not found. 

Wolfgang


Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread nuke

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks
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Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

nuke wrote:

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.

If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks


One possibility is to move the graphics insets into LyX notes or 
comments, so that they are retained in the file but ignored on output. 
Another possibility is to find some innocuous EPS file and put multiple 
copies in the folder where the real images originally lived, giving each 
copy the name of one of the image files.


/Paul



Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 17 July 2009 13:47:58 schrieb nuke:
 I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
 eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
 fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
 fails with the following message:


 Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
 specified...
that usually means the figure is not found. 

Wolfgang


Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread nuke

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks
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Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

nuke wrote:

I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
fails with the following message:


Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
specified...
...0 0 200 100, draft, type=eps]{swing.eps}
 
Try typing  [return]  to proceed.

If that doesn't work, type  X [return]  to quit.
(it is showed for all missing graphics)

I can use DVI to PDF converter all the time :| , but of course direct
compilation is preferable.

Do you have an idea how to solve it?
Thanks


One possibility is to move the graphics insets into LyX notes or 
comments, so that they are retained in the file but ignored on output. 
Another possibility is to find some innocuous EPS file and put multiple 
copies in the folder where the real images originally lived, giving each 
copy the name of one of the image files.


/Paul



Re: Cannot compile PDF with graphics missing, but DVI is fine

2009-07-17 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 17 July 2009 13:47:58 schrieb nuke:
> I have a doc where I want to hide my graphics for the moment. So I moved my
> eps-files in a folder called 'hide'. In this case compilation of DVI works
> fine, however, when I try to make PDF directly by pressing GUI button it
> fails with the following message:
>
>
> Latex Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in mygraph.eps (no size
> specified...
that usually means the figure is not found. 

Wolfgang