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[eLyXer-users] Using the --noconvert Option for images

From: Jack Desert
Subject: [eLyXer-users] Using the --noconvert Option for images
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 13:26:48 -0500

Scenario 1

When I use elyxer on a file with a .jpg image in it, the .jpg image
(600k) is being transformed into a .png image (3.5M). I wouldn't mind
so much the change in format, except that the converted image is six
times the size on disk as the original!

python -m elyxer  --directory $$r $$i $$o


Scenario 2

So I tried the --noconvert option, but then the resulting html page
didn't show the correct path to the image. Hence, no picture. Here is
the html snippet for this latter case:

<div class="Standard">
<img class="embedded" src="DSC00053.JPG" alt="figure DSC00053.JPG"
style="width: 70%; height: auto;"/>


python -m elyxer  --noconvert --directory $$r $$i $$o


Suggestions? Is there a way to prevent the converted image from being
so huge (scenario 1)? How do I get the --noconvert option to work
while still displaying the image (scenario 2)?

By the way, I'm using Elyxer 1.0.4 and LyX 2.0.0beta1


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