[OS X TeX] MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 198, Issue 1

Brian Coleman brian.coleman.velchron at gmail.com
Fri Apr 5 22:14:39 CEST 2024

Hi Tine
Many thanks for your prompt suggestion.
Unfortunately resetting the Color profile to sRGB IEC61966-2.1 doesn't
solve the problem.
I compared the file infos with a second identically placed earlier produced
jpg which typsets ok.
Both file infos now report roughly identically Dimension (1719x1073 and
1820x1050 respectively), Color space: RGB, Color [rofile  sRGB
IEC61966-2.1, and Alpha channel: no.
The LaTeX warning still appears (both after Typeset LaTeX and Typeset

File 'NOWNEGG2.jpg' not found on input line 131
./GRAVTRN.tex:131: Package pdftex.def Error: File 'NOWNEGG2.jpg' not found

Replacing new fille name in source code NOWNEGG2.jpg with old file name
OWNEGG1.jpg works ok for the old file.
Both files are in the same directory. The 'not found' message is
contradictory, even if the most recent uodated Keynote produced file has
some LaTeX incompatible quirk.

By the way other jpgs of the same chapter source file have color profile
Display P3 and typeset Ok.
The root file has \usepackage{graphicx}
I tried converting the new file to png and to pdf and renaming figure souce
code. Same problem.

So why would TexShop insist that a definiately present file is not found
even though an almost identcial old file is processed ok ?
This is the first seemingly unsurmountable problem I have had with TeXshop
in over 10 years.

Hoping for further suggestions to this serious issue.

Best regards

Brian Coleman

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>    1. HELP: Package pdftex.def Error?persistent (Brian Coleman)
>    2. Re:  HELP: Package pdftex.def Error?persistent (Tine Wilde)
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> Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2024 13:31:31 +0100
> From: Brian Coleman <brian.coleman.velchron at gmail.com>
> To: macosx-tex at email.esm.psu.edu
> Subject: [OS X TeX] HELP: Package pdftex.def Error?persistent
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> Hi,
> Unexpectedly, using newest TeXShop 5.31, jpg files e.g. OWNEGG2.jpg newly
> exported on a Mac (Monterey 12.7.4-latest) using version Keynote 13.1
> (7037.0.101),
> are listed as *not found, *even though the file is definitely present.
> The same problem occurs for the same jpg converted to pdf.
> The same error also appears both with Tyeset LaTeX and with Typeset
> pdflatexmk.
> Also for different tex source files.
> However previous other Keynote produced files duplicated and given the same
> name are typeset ok. The jpg files do have different color profiles sRGB
> IEC61966-2.1 (old ok jpg) and Display P3 (new 'not found' jpg).
> The problem would seem to be the newest MacOS or the newest TeXShop.
> Advice will be much appreciated.
> Brian Coleman
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> Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2024 14:47:39 +0200
> From: Tine Wilde <mail at tinewilde.com>
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> Subject: Re: [OS X TeX]  HELP: Package pdftex.def Error?persistent
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> Hello Brian,
> Maybe the problem is with Keynote: have you tried to convert the ?Display
> P3? jpg into color profile sRGB jpg before saving it as pdf? Display P3
> might be an outdated color profile.
> Hope this helps.
> Kind regards, Tine
> Tine Wilde
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