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dalonso at umich.edu
Wed Aug 25 16:18:47 CEST 2004
When I had a similar problem, I solved it by generating again the pdf figure.
In my case, I had a xmgrace figure. I generated again the pdf figure without
any background at all. In this way, as you insert it into your latex document
by using \includegraphics, the figure respects the background of the original
I hope this hint is useful for you. I am sorry. No idea of how you can control
these features while including with \includegraphics.
Quoting Alexandru Scorpan <ascorpan at math.ufl.edu>:
> How do you \includegraphics in a transparent manner?
> Case in point: I have a B/W pdf image, that I want to set on a yellow
> background, but make it appear as B/yellow, not surrounded by the white
> of the original.
> (Note: going .gif not good, I am using pdftex.)
> Next step: How do I change colors while including, for example, to
> substitute blue instead of black?
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