[texworks] graphics problem

Benny Lautrup lautrup at nbi.dk
Wed Feb 24 10:36:24 CET 2010

Hi Alain,

Omg, I hadn't noticed the aberration. It comes from Mathematica 7.01!!! I
enclose the Mathematica output. This is horrible. It may be the error which
screws up Poppler, but which Adobe is able to handle. I must find a
work-around, because my publisher won't accept skewed pictures. Neither will


-----Original Message-----
From: texworks-bounces at tug.org [mailto:texworks-bounces at tug.org] On Behalf
Of Alain Delmotte
Sent: 24. februar 2010 10:23
To: Discuss the TeXworks front end.
Subject: Re: [texworks] graphics problem


Benny Lautrup a écrit :
> Hi, 
> There is a graphics problem in the TeXworks version 0.3r514 delivered 
> with MixTeX 2.8. 
> The enclosed files isolate the problem. 
> What happens is that the graphics display misses elements after a 
> recompilation. 
> I strongly suspect that this is the cause of the irregular crashes I 
> have encountered in 0.3r567build2 and written about before. 
> Greetings 
> Benny Lautrup
For me, using Windows XP and TeXworks v 0.3 r 561, the output doesn't 
seem to change in the preview from one compilation to the other!!

The source could be striped down to:





Last comment: you have got a very nice visual distortion/aberration: the 
right side seems less hight than the left!!


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