jpgfdraw – Vector graphics application for LaTeX users
Jpgfdraw is a graphics application written in Java.
You can use Jpgfdraw to: – Construct shapes using lines, moves and cubic Bezier segments; – Edit shapes by changing the defining control points; – Incorporate text and bitmap images (for annotation and background effects); – Extract the parameters for TeX's \parshape command and for \shapepar (defined in the shapepar package); – Construct frames for use with the flowfram package; – Pictures can be saved in Jpgfdraw's native binary format (JDR) or native ascii format (AJR) or can be exported as: – a pgfpicture environment for use in LaTeX documents with the pgf package; – a single-page LaTeX document (including the picture code); – a LaTeX package based on the flowfram package; – an encapsulated postscript file; – a PNG image file; or – an SVG image file; – Incorporate text and bitmap images (for annotation and background effects); – Alternative text may be specified for use when exporting to a LaTeX file (e.g. if the text contains symbols or if it should be set in maths mode); – Mappings may be used to specify what LaTeX font declarations should be used when exporting to a LaTeX file.
FAQ and troubleshooting guide
|License||GNU General Public License|
prepare graphics for use with *TeX|