This small LaTeX package defines the overpic environment which is a combination between a picture environment and an includegraphics command (defined in graphicx). The resulting picture environment has the same dimension as the included eps graphic. Now it is easy possible to put any LaTeX output above the graphic on defined positions. A grid to aid is also possible. This directory contains the following files: README - This file. README.de - The same in german. overpic.sty - The definition of overpic. Required graphicx.sty and epic.sty. opic-rel.tex and opic-abs.tex - Two demos that shows all the features. You need the eps graphic file golfer.ps. This file is part of ghostscript�s examples directory. Please send comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org Happy TeXing... Rolf Niepraschk, 11/97
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overpic – Combine LaTeX commands over included graphics
The overpic environment is a cross between the LaTeX picture environment and the \includegraphics command of graphicx. The resulting picture environment has the same dimensions as the included graphic. LaTeX commands can be placed on the graphic at defined positions; a grid for orientation is available.
Usage, absolute positioning
Usage, relative positioning
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1|
|Copyright||1999-2010 Rolf Niepraschk|
|Contained in||TeXLive as overpic|
|MiKTeX as overpic|
text within graphics (drawn or overlaid)|