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I now have two questions for you:. It was written at same time as graphicx but it is emulating the much older latex2. There is no reason at all to use epsfig , unless processing documents from the 's if the publisher really insists on it, it probably doesn't do any harm, it's just a silly restriction. As for whether you need to use EPS, that depends on the publisher, often they have specific requirements for their production systems that are not obvious when you just look at the author submission form.
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Active 4 years, 1 month ago. Viewed 5k times. I now have two questions for you: In your experience, is it really necessary to use EPS images? Is it really necessary to use the ancient epsfig package? No, they aren't serious. I think that they didn't update the manual; requiring DVI output in seems quite bizarre. Active Oldest Votes. Elements in Space 1 1 gold badge 6 6 silver badges 17 17 bronze badges. David Carlisle David Carlisle k 49 49 gold badges silver badges bronze badges.
I've recently read answers by you in which you vehemently tell people "do not load epsfig " I didn't actually know about the package until I saw you say this. In one of them, you say that "the epsfig latex package has been obsolete for 20 years" which feels pretty ancient. Shouldn't this recommendation be in the manual as well? I thought it was odd that the manual said nothing about it. Updating LaTex2. The documentation for epsfig is obtained by texdoc epsfig.
So if you are not needing that emulation, don't use it! I definitely won't. I thought it was weird that it wasn't there even though the manual was recent. Thanks for clearing that up. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
Importing graphics into (La)TeX documents
We used the LaTeX graphics package epsf , which was designed to work with the dvips driver. Since you may want to do similar work on another system, which may use a different driver for converting dvi files, we will also look at the package called graphicx and at the package called epsfig. Open a terminal window and a text editor, and then use your mouse to copy the following LaTeX source code into your editor. Here is an example. Can you tell whether the width was adjusted before or after the rotation? Make sure that the file golfer.
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LaTeX Lesson 7 --Graphics in LaTeX