[XeTeX] Many warnings when compile beamer presentation using XeLaTex
narkewoody at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 18:22:02 CEST 2008
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 11:47 PM, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at mac.com> wrote:
> On 7 avr. 08, at 17:32, Steven Woody wrote:
> > I found it's hard to make a minimum example. The problem is: when I
> > comment out some frames in the beamer documebnt, the warnings go
> > disapear. But if I uncommnet these frames and comment some other
> > frames, the warnings don't pop up. You see? It's likely the warnings
> > depend on only a single part of the document, it depends the whole. I
> > guess, may be it depends on the total numbers of frames. That's why I
> > can not give you a minimum example. Would you allow me to put the
> > whole document here?
> Even without changing the total number of slides, could you try to
> remove first, if that doesn't suppress the warnings:
> - Use of Chinese characters.
> - Use of non-standard fonts.
> - Call of as much auxiliary packages as possible.
> That would allow other people to have a go at compiling your example,
> and to try to help. Without that work done, it's impossible for other
> people to compile your example, and hence to provide any help.
> Also, which platform are you on (Mac, Windows, Linux and which brand
> of?) and which distribution of TeX are you using (TeXLive?). It would
> help, too, to attach the log file so that people can check which are
> the versions of the various packages read when compiling your document.
> Bruno Voisin
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It is really a nightmare, I went to translate those Chinese statements
into English line by line to make it suitable to your compiling. Did
some translation, I did some compile to ensure the warnings are still
there. But when I completed 1/2 of the job, the warning go disapear.
That is, if I present a total english file to you, that will be okay
with no warning. But if I put my Chinese back in, the warning will
surely pop up. Wired! I almost give up and go to bed ... It's 0:21am
in China :(
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