On Mon, Nov 17, 2003 at 06:06:50PM +0200, Dan Kenigsberg wrote:
> I don't know if this is new, but the generated PostScript of
> page 1
> page 2
> is not understood well by gv - it doesn't show the document's pages and doesn't
> allow jumping back and forth among them.
- Redhat 7.3, ghostscript-6.52-9.5, tetex-1.0.7-47.1, gv-3.5.8-18.7x, ivritex-cvs
Not replicated on:
- debian unstable, ghostscript 7.07-1, tetex-2.0.2-5, gv-3.5.8-30.2, ivritex-cvs
After doing some crossings I tend to suspect that the difference in
ghostscript made the difference.
> Notice that if "hebrew" is removed from the babel options list, the PostScript
> is legible again.
> Sadly, I don't know how to correct it, or even why it happens. Note that with
> Sivan Toledo's package I do not experience this.
> N.B. even though I am revealing classified information by this :), I feel
> oblidged to ask if it is intentional that latin text in hebrew context comes out
> in small caps.
THis is what should happen, right?
Actually, in the debian system I get the word "page" in capital letters.
This also happens when I use the dvi file from the redhat system and run
on it dvips in the debian system.
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