# [XeTeX] Four Initial - General Problems with files

snvv snvv101 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 05:51:51 CEST 2008

Hello Ross and thank you very much for your answers.

They should work, but probably something is wrong with my system. ps2eps
failed and therefore I was not able to reproduce your output but I am sure it
will work.

I had tried to use pdfpages to import the graphs as pdf but does not
co-operate well with xelatex.

Finally I found that I can import the pdf file in GIMP and then save the
graphs as eps (to be included as graph in the tex file).

But I need some rest before I solve the ps2eps problem since your solution is
general and robust.

Best Regards
Sotiris

On Saturday 26 April 2008 05:34:37 Ross Moore wrote:
> Hi Sotiris,
>
> On 26/04/2008, at 10:37 AM, snvv wrote:
> > Sorry for the double email but I forgotten to include some files
> > with the
> > problems for your reference,
> >
> > Sorry again
> >
> > Sotiris
> >
> >
> > --- Follow my previous mail ----
> >
> > Hello
> > Recently I started using lattex and I have four problems.
> >
> > 1st. When I use the xy-pic package to produce some graphs the
> > quality of the
> > graph (especially the circle) is really bad. On the other had using
> > tex the
> > output is really nice either as dvi, ps or pdf.
>
> see below for this one.
>
> > 2nd. When I type a formula (i.e $\left\{ y_{t}\right\}_{t=1}^ > > {\infty}$ ) the
> > letter is not of the center of {}.
>
> It is centered to best enclose what *might* be there, not what
> actually *is* there.  See the top line in the attached image, showing
> what you would get also with  A\,y_{t}  inside the braces.
>
> BTW, the \left and \right are redundant in this case; you get exactly
> the same with these left out altogether -- 2nd line in attached image.
>
> If your contents was a little larger, or you just want the braces
> to be larger, you can use  \bigl  and  \bigr  explicitly;
> viz.
>
>    $\bigl\{ y_{t}\bigr\}_{t=1}^{\infty}$
>    \qquad $\bigl\{A\,y_{t}^{}\bigr\}_{t=1}^{\infty}$
>
> see the 3rd line in the attached image, for the result.
>
> Often it is better to put in the \bigl  ( or \Bigl or ... )
> explicitly like this, rather than rely upon \left .... \right .
>
> > 3nd. How can I use a different math character set? I have find the
> > \setmathrm{Minion Pro} but then i don't have bold, italics etc. I
> > would like
> > something more general.
>
> Full math support in XeTeX has not been completed yet.
> Look at the Fourier and  TeX Gyre projects for alternatives.
>
> > 4th. How can I use the tex fonts? Now I can use all the ttf fonts
> > but none
> > afm, tfm, type1 etc
>
> TeX fonts still work with XeTeX.
> Don't use  \setmainfont   and you will get these.
>
> But when you want to use Kerkis  then you'll need to have setup
> a command, or environment, and delimit those portions.
>
> > I apologize if the questions are really simple, but I don't have
> > solution even
> > after extensive googling and reading.
>
> No, these are not really simple questions.
> The best solutions involve the interaction of different pieces
> of software.