Peter Dyballa <Peter_Dyballa@xxxxxx> writes:
> Am 15.02.2007 um 01:29 schrieb Joe Fineman:
>> from the Emacs shell and look at the resulting .dvi file with Yap,
>> the appropriate colors appear. When I print it from the Yap window
>> on my hp all-in-one, the colors appear in the printout.
>> When I run it using M-x tex-buffer, the colors likewise appear in
>> the .dvi file as viewed in Yap. However, when I follow that up
>> with M-x tex-print, the resulting printout is black & white, except
>> that the green word appears gray.
> TeX-print can be defined as some system default print command for
> the file type DVI, or something else. Yap can have its own idea on
> how to convert DVI to whatever your *particular* printer accepts as
> input. Differences are natural.
>> tex-dvi-print-command's value is
>> "dvips -f * | gsprint - "
> Here dvips just acts as a filter. It has no idea of what your
> printer might be or accept. It's safe to filter colour to levels of
Thank you for your efforts, but I am not in your league. Does this
mean I should look up the syntax of dvips & figure out something to
substitute for those mysterious-looking arguments? At the moment,
Google seems to be down.
In the meantime, I have noticed in _A Guide to Latex_ that "the color
package...recognizes the options: ...dvipsnames...usenames...". So I
but Latex merely complained that it couldn't find dvipsnames.sty.
There is no such file anywhere on my system. Same with usenames.
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