On Friday 15 February 2008 09:23:12 Taco Hoekwater wrote:
> Alan BRASLAU wrote:
> > $ cat test.tex
> There, fixed that.
> That setting could go into the context core, though.
> > Does this have something to do with \pdfimagehicolor?
> I am always surprised how many people ask a question,
> guess the correct answer themselves, but don't actually
> attempt to see if it works :-)
> Best wishes,
Thanks for the very rapid answer.
However, no, neither of the proposed solutions work.
1. Of course, I tried "\pdfimagehicolor=1" without results before posting the
question. (I would NEVER think about asking for help without trying different
2. "\setupcolors[state=start]" was also in my original file, but did not seem
to make a difference, so I posted a most simplified example.
What to do? I would think that there is something wrong with my configuration
(debian/unstable), however pdflatex works just fine.
(P.S. Why would one need to specify \pdfimagehicolor in any case; From a
user's point of view, shouldn't it just work transparently?)