[l2h] A small extension for the docu

Steffen Klupsch steffen@vlsi.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Tue, 18 Sep 2001 14:53:49 +0200

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I added a small paragraph on \includegraphics usage in feature.tex
(of today's latex2html sources)

Please add the diff or something better to the docs ;-)

Regards, Steffen
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> \medskip
> \index{includegraphics@\Lc{includegraphics}}%
> \index{images!includegraphics@\Lc{includegraphics}}\html{\\}%
> \paragraph*{\Lc{includegraphics} commands.}
> Jpeg, Gif, Png and Eps Images may be included with the
> \Lc{includegraphics} command. To use this
> functionality load the graphicx package in the preamble.
> If you provide an image in vector format (eps) \textbf{and} as bitmap
> (Jpeg, Gif, Png) the dvi output will use the eps file and the html output will
> use the bitmap. Otherwise, eps files are automatically converted
> to appropriate bitmaps. Please note that some options in the
> \Lc{includegraphics} command might be neglected if used to
> include bitmaps. Additionally please note that there is an
> explicit search for a preconverted bitmap - ypu should better
> delete the bitmap representations if you want the eps version to be used.
> The bitmaps are copied into your html tree if you set
> \texttt{\$COPY\_GRAPHICS=1}, e.g. with 
> \newline
> \texttt{\HTMLset{COPY\_GRAPHICS}{1}} 
> \newline
> Otherwise, the html code will only include a link to the image as
> specified in your \Lc{includegraphics} command.
> For further information read the comments in styles/graphicx.perl.