Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-26 Thread Willi Egger

This is then the approach

\setupcaptions[number=no]
\starttext
\placefigure
[here]
[fig:foto]
{Hacker}
{\externalfigure[hacker][width=5cm]}
\stoptext

Willi
On Jun 25, 2009, at 5:06 PM, Pau wrote:


hello,

No, sorry, probably I was obscure and explained bad

I want the caption but neither Fig nor the number of the figure

I want a text below the figure without Fig.1 on it

thanks

2009/6/25 Willi Egger w.eg...@boede.nl:

You mean no caption at all:

\placefigure
   [here,none]
   []fig:foto]
   {}
   {\externalfigure...}

Willi
On Jun 25, 2009, at 1:25 PM, Pau wrote:


Hello,

was this question too silly, or did it just fall in a bottomless  
pit?


thanks in any case

Pau

2009/6/24 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:


Hello,

some weeks ago I asked how to have a caption under a figure. I  
got a

detailed answer:


\placefigure
 [here]   % location
 [fig.MyCaption]  % reference
 {My Caption} % caption
 {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

Now I am preparing a presentation and I would like to have a figure
with a caption below it but, of course, I would like not to have  
the

Fig. 1 on it.

I have figured out how to remove the Fig. part of it:

\setuplabeltext[en][figure=]

in the preamble. But I am still getting the number in bold:  
1.1 in

the caption. How could I remove it?

thanks a lot

Pau


2009/6/13 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:


Thanks again!

pstopdf is accomplishing what neither convert, nor ps2pdf, nor  
etc etc

was able to do

Thank you very much for the hint

Pau

2009/6/13 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:


Pau wrote:


Hello,

thanks a _lot_

Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am  
running yet
into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the  
bounding box of
the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4  
site;
when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a  
whole

page.

Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ?  
I have
checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English  
is not my

mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file  
to get
rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can  
imagine you can

do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.


there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script  
that needs

gs)
that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)

Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-25 Thread Pau
Hello,

was this question too silly, or did it just fall in a bottomless pit?

thanks in any case

Pau

2009/6/24 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:
 Hello,

 some weeks ago I asked how to have a caption under a figure. I got a
 detailed answer:


 \placefigure
   [here]           % location
   [fig.MyCaption]  % reference
   {My Caption}     % caption
   {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

 Now I am preparing a presentation and I would like to have a figure
 with a caption below it but, of course, I would like not to have the
 Fig. 1 on it.

 I have figured out how to remove the Fig. part of it:

 \setuplabeltext[en][figure=]

 in the preamble. But I am still getting the number in bold: 1.1 in
 the caption. How could I remove it?

 thanks a lot

 Pau


 2009/6/13 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:
 Thanks again!

 pstopdf is accomplishing what neither convert, nor ps2pdf, nor etc etc
 was able to do

 Thank you very much for the hint

 Pau

 2009/6/13 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:
 Pau wrote:

 Hello,

 thanks a _lot_

 Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
 into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
 the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
 when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
 page.

 Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
 checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
 mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

 If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
 rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
 do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.

 there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script that needs gs)
 that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)

 Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-25 Thread Willi Egger

You mean no caption at all:

\placefigure
[here,none]
[]fig:foto]
{}
{\externalfigure...}

Willi
On Jun 25, 2009, at 1:25 PM, Pau wrote:


Hello,

was this question too silly, or did it just fall in a bottomless pit?

thanks in any case

Pau

2009/6/24 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:

Hello,

some weeks ago I asked how to have a caption under a figure. I got a
detailed answer:


\placefigure
  [here]   % location
  [fig.MyCaption]  % reference
  {My Caption} % caption
  {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

Now I am preparing a presentation and I would like to have a figure
with a caption below it but, of course, I would like not to have the
Fig. 1 on it.

I have figured out how to remove the Fig. part of it:

\setuplabeltext[en][figure=]

in the preamble. But I am still getting the number in bold: 1.1 in
the caption. How could I remove it?

thanks a lot

Pau


2009/6/13 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:

Thanks again!

pstopdf is accomplishing what neither convert, nor ps2pdf, nor  
etc etc

was able to do

Thank you very much for the hint

Pau

2009/6/13 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:

Pau wrote:


Hello,

thanks a _lot_

Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running  
yet
into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding  
box of
the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4  
site;
when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a  
whole

page.

Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I  
have
checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is  
not my

mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file  
to get
rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine  
you can

do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.


there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script that  
needs gs)

that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)

Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-24 Thread Pau
Hello,

some weeks ago I asked how to have a caption under a figure. I got a
detailed answer:


\placefigure
   [here]   % location
   [fig.MyCaption]  % reference
   {My Caption} % caption
   {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

Now I am preparing a presentation and I would like to have a figure
with a caption below it but, of course, I would like not to have the
Fig. 1 on it.

I have figured out how to remove the Fig. part of it:

\setuplabeltext[en][figure=]

in the preamble. But I am still getting the number in bold: 1.1 in
the caption. How could I remove it?

thanks a lot

Pau


2009/6/13 Pau vim.u...@googlemail.com:
 Thanks again!

 pstopdf is accomplishing what neither convert, nor ps2pdf, nor etc etc
 was able to do

 Thank you very much for the hint

 Pau

 2009/6/13 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:
 Pau wrote:

 Hello,

 thanks a _lot_

 Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
 into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
 the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
 when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
 page.

 Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
 checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
 mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

 If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
 rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
 do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.

 there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script that needs gs)
 that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)

 Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-13 Thread Pau
Hello,

thanks a _lot_

Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
page.

Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.

thanks,

Pau

2009/6/12 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:
 Pau wrote:

 Hello,

 thanks for the hint. The legend worked very well.

 Nevertheless, I still have not understood what the equivalent in
 ConTeXt of LaTeX \ref{} --- \label{} is

 label is always an optional arg

 refs go like: \in{figure}[label] or \at{page}[label]



 ---
 \begin{equation}
 1 + 1 = 2
 \label{eq.1}
 \end{equation}

 In Eq. \ref{eq.1}, we show that one plus one equals two

 

 How would you write that in ConTeXt?

 \placeformula[label]
  \startformula
   .
  \stopformula

 And for a figure?

 \placefigure
    [here]           % location
    [fig.MyCaption]  % reference
    {My Caption}     % caption
    {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-13 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 13.06.2009 um 14:15 schrieb Pau:


Hello,

thanks a _lot_

Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
page.

Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.


pdfcrop

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-13 Thread Hans Hagen

Pau wrote:

Hello,

thanks a _lot_

Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
page.

Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.


there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script that needs 
gs) that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)


Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-13 Thread Pau
Thanks again!

pstopdf is accomplishing what neither convert, nor ps2pdf, nor etc etc
was able to do

Thank you very much for the hint

Pau

2009/6/13 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl:
 Pau wrote:

 Hello,

 thanks a _lot_

 Now I have converted all eps figures into pdf, but I am running yet
 into another snag... the conversion seems to ruin the bounding box of
 the eps figures, so that the pdf figures are taking a full a4 site;
 when I then use them in the main tex file, they are filling a whole
 page.

 Is there a way to define a bounding box in \externalfigure ? I have
 checked in the wikipage and googled a bit, but since English is not my
 mother tongue, I may very well have used a bad keyword.

 If not, can anybody point me to a way of modifying a pdf file to get
 rid of all exterior white space around a figure? I can imagine you can
 do this with adobe software, but I don't have that. Only unix.

 there is a pdtopdf script in the distribution (ruby script that needs gs)
 that can do it that way (by default it uses the boundingbox)

 Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-12 Thread Hans Hagen

Pau wrote:

Hello,

I am struggling to get something equivalent to this in ConTeXt:

-
\begin{figure}
\resizebox{\hsize}{!}{\includegraphics[scale=1,bb=0 0 0 0,clip]
{MyFigure.eps}}
\caption{My Caption
\label{fig.mylabel}
}
\end{figure}
-

I am especially having difficulties with caption (I would need a bold
Fig. 1 on it) and with the label. \ref{fig.mylabel} is not
recognised (see below).


\starttext

\placefigure
{My Caption}
{\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

\stoptext

by default pdftex is used; if you use eps, best convert them to pdf 
first (once)


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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-12 Thread Pau
Hello,

thanks for the hint. The legend worked very well.

Nevertheless, I still have not understood what the equivalent in
ConTeXt of LaTeX \ref{} --- \label{} is

---
\begin{equation}
1 + 1 = 2
\label{eq.1}
\end{equation}

In Eq. \ref{eq.1}, we show that one plus one equals two


How would you write that in ConTeXt?

And for a figure?

thanks for your patience,

Pau


 Fig. 1 on it) and with the label. \ref{fig.mylabel} is not
 recognised (see below).


 \setuplabeltext[en][figure=Fig. ]

 \starttext

 \placefigure
    [fig.MyCaption]
    {My Caption}
    {\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

 \stoptext




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Re: [NTG-context] label, caption and eps in figures?

2009-06-12 Thread Hans Hagen

Pau wrote:

Hello,

thanks for the hint. The legend worked very well.

Nevertheless, I still have not understood what the equivalent in
ConTeXt of LaTeX \ref{} --- \label{} is


label is always an optional arg

refs go like: \in{figure}[label] or \at{page}[label]



---
\begin{equation}
1 + 1 = 2
\label{eq.1}
\end{equation}

In Eq. \ref{eq.1}, we show that one plus one equals two


How would you write that in ConTeXt?


\placeformula[label]
  \startformula
   .
  \stopformula


And for a figure?


\placefigure
[here]   % location
[fig.MyCaption]  % reference
{My Caption} % caption
{\externalfigure[MyFigure.eps][factor=broad]}

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