[OS X TeX] MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 198, Issue 2

Richard Koch koch at uoregon.edu
Tue Apr 9 01:24:49 CEST 2024


Thanks for the example. Here's the experiment I tried. I uncompressed the zip file, getting a folder.
I duplicated GRAPHTEST.tex and called the new file GRAPHTEST1.tex. Then I edited GRAPHTEST1.tex so it input Fig_6X.jpg rather than Fig_6.jpg.

Then I opened Terminal and changed to the directory of your GRAPHICS folder.

Then in Terminal I typed

	pdflatex GRAPHTEST.tex

and everything typeset without errors.

Next I typed

	pdflatex GRAPHTEST1.tex

and this time typesetting stopped with the error
"Warning: File `Fig_6X.jpg' not found on input line 8."

This seems to be exactly the error you are reporting, except that TeXShop is out of the picture and I got the same result on the command line. So I can relax because as conjectured the problem has nothing to do with TeXShop.

Dick Koch

> On Apr 8, 2024, at 3:52 PM, Brian Coleman <brian.coleman.velchron at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody
> As kindlly suggested, attached are sample zip files,
> Fig_6.jpg works fine. 
> In GRAPHTEST.tex changing line 8  name to Fig_6X.jpg fails as explained.
> My MacOS Monterey 12.7.4 has Keynote version 13.1 (7037.0.101)
> My trusty 2013 Mac Pro workhorse won't accept MacOS 13.
> No sign of how to update to mentioned newer Keynote  version.
> Keynote is  great for producing annotated graphics. 
> Not familiar with Ghostscript. 
> Really appreciate feedback already. 
> Best regards 
> Brian Coleman
> BTW Graphics—done with PoVRay—are on the cover of my Texshop/Tufte produced book

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