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Use the psfrag package to replace strings in EPS images, so that they are typeset with the same body font as your LaTeX document. Note that your project need. An example using the pstool package to get \psfrag commands working images in pdflatex. There’s a caveat; after the initial compile, if you add more. PostScript (EPS) files with arbitrary LATEX constructions. LATEX commands, the user instructs PSfrag to remove that tag from the figure, and replace it with.

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I can latex it without error, but when I try to pdfltex One issue here is that pdflatex can’t handle eps files straightforwardly. It is looking for any of the listed file types. Provided that shell escape is enabled, this version of the example will work with pdflatex.

PSfrag is not pdf-compatible, but there exist external solutions, like pstool, pst-pdf or pdfrack. AD doesn’t have the capability to do this as far as I recall.

psfrag – Replace strings in encapsulated PostScript figures

Why is text not being exported the way it is described in the PostScript Technology Center, e. The figure1a is in the same directory as the document files as figure1a. In this example, the word ‘typography’ is replaced by an italic version in the current font. Convert the eps to a pdf first and try again.


Sorry I don’t have an answer to the issue and it looks like if CD works for this, then basically either you would need to continue using CD in the main, or design all but the labels in AD, export and bring into CD to finish up the text.

I’ve been able to come up with scant little help in the Leslie Lamport book. This is why I only use short label texts in the graphics which I replace with psfrag in latex. Views Read Edit View history. I started using Affinity Designer yesterday and I am really impressed how powerfull the software is while being so easy to use at the same time! I have a vague idea what is trying to be accomplished with this: This can be used to ensure that fonts in figures are consistent with those in the main body of the document, regardless of whether your graphics software can access them.

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The resulting PDF is a blank page, save for the figures’ letter designators, aband c in a column down the center of the page with the “Fig.

To the right of the figure is the figures’ designator letter a.

CTAN: Package psfrag

I rarely leave text live in a graphic file meant to be placed into something else. Thank you Mike, that was a really good hint! TommyK as Joseph pointed out, psfrag is intended to be used along the latex route.

This is because I use AD for scientific purposes where I use text for anotations. Is there any feature request yet? Will the EPS export support native text in the future?

Jeepers, I wish my predecessor would have left some documentation! By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. There is a package called pstool which works around this problem.