Re: How can I instruct dvips to use outline fonts instead of theCM ones?

2003-01-30 Thread Mats Bengtsson
type1_default=false - type1_default=true ./updmap That's it. updmap is described in TETEXDOC, just texdoc TETEXDOC Thomas -- = Mats Bengtsson Signal Processing Signals, Sensors and Systems Royal Institute of Technology SE-100 44 STOCKHOLM Sweden

Re: new dvips

2002-11-27 Thread Mats Bengtsson
Kalyan Mukherjea wrote: Hi Dmitri, Fromwhere did you download the files? Thomas had sent me the url: On that page there are 3 links: to Thomas's web page (Parent directory) a dvips*.tar.gz file which contains the necessary run time files; and

Re: A quick question

2002-11-14 Thread Mats Bengtsson
texc.prosh: lpr: not found Means: can't find printer. You're attempting to print or save to file? Cheers mh Can you tell me what is wrong? Thanks. Regards, Shutian -- = Mats Bengtsson Signal Processing Signals, Sensors

Re: inverting ps/pdf

2002-04-24 Thread Mats Bengtsson
... or can one convert ps to pdf? Xpdf has a pdftops utility but not vice-versa. Certainly, if you have Ghostscript installed on your computer you could use the ps2pdf program. If you want it to handle vector fonts (Type1 fonts) correctly, make sure you have a Ghostscript version not older

Re: Avoiding dvi files

2002-03-27 Thread Mats Bengtsson
To be truthful, I'd not even thought of pdf(la)tex. Yes, this may be a reasonable solution...expect that it produces pdf, not ps, files. I'm not sure, but I think that to print pdf files to my postscript printer they first would need to be converted to ps. I'm really not all that Have your

More texdoc requests

2002-03-08 Thread Mats Bengtsson
In addition to the feature requests for texdoc, I have one more request. Sometimes you want to printout some package documentation on paper. I'd like to see a texdoc option that invokes dvips on .dvi files to generate a postscript file, either storing it on file or sending it directly to a

Re: Missing characters

2002-02-20 Thread Mats Bengtsson
I have had better luck using pdftex than using tex and dvips. AFAIK the only drawback is that if you want to include eps graphics, you have to convert them to pdf or png first. And, you can't use psfrag or pstricks or ... /Mats

Re: pdf[la]tex problems with config

2002-02-03 Thread Mats Bengtsson
Besides, kpsewhich pdftex.cfg yields nothing, while: Try kpsewhich -progname=pdftex pdftex.cfg. In my teTeX 1.07 installation, kpsewhich won't find pdftex.cfg unless you specify the program name. Use the environment variable KPATHSEA_DEBUG to debug why pdftex doesn't find the file. Run info

Re: PS viewers.

2001-05-28 Thread Mats Bengtsson
Hello, Thanks very much for all the feedback I got on PS viewers. In fact, only a week ago, I downloaded gv 3..5.8, managed to compile it and it worked fine. I then had to upgrade my gs5.50 to gs6.50 to handle computer modern type 1 fonts. Now, gv no longer works. It gives

Re: forward/inverse search

2001-05-03 Thread Mats Bengtsson
On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 10:11:20PM +0200, Joost Kremers wrote: hi all, i used to write my documents on win95 with miktex and winedt. miktex has the ability to put source specials in the dvi file, and yap (miktex's dvi previewer) and winedt are fully equipped to make use of this, so

Re: biblist obsolete what else to use NonMember

2000-09-28 Thread Mats Bengtsson
Hi texies! I was just at dante and found out that biblist is obsolete, but what else should I use to produce a nice print of my whole database without typing millions of times \nocite{mr.x:98}. Please send general TeX questions to the newsgroup comp.text.tex, this list is only intended

Installation on AFS

2000-09-27 Thread Mats Bengtsson
Hi, I'm trying to install teTeX 1.07 on our system which uses the AFS file system. The files seen by the users are mounted on a read-only volume /usr/local/vol/tetex/1.07 but when I install it, I have to access the read-write volume /afs/blabla//usr/local/vol/tetex/1.07 I remember that the

Re: OT:Re: Powerpoint for tetex?

2000-04-11 Thread Mats Bengtsson
/bin/sh # # Convert a DVI file to PDF, using dvips and ps2pdf # # Mats Bengtsson, February 28, 2000 if [ $# -lt 1 -o $# -gt 3 ]; then echo "Usage: `basename $0` [-landscape] input[.dvi] [output.pdf]" exit 127 fi dvipsflag='' ps2pdfflag='' case $1 in -l*) dvipsflag=&quo