This is the README file of the placeat package. The package provides several commands to place content at an arbitrary position of the current page in any document. For orientation, a grid is drawn. Simple graphical elements like arrows and circles can be easily drawn and positioned. To produce the package files, run lualatex on placeat.dtx, wich should result in the creation of the following files: placeat.pdf (documentation) placeat.sty (LaTeX user interface) placeat.lua (Lua package code) You need an up-to-date TeX Live (2013) and compilation with LuaLaTeX to use this package. A full, updated MiKTeX should also work. (Not tested.) For any comments or suggestions, contact me: arno dot trautmann at gmx dot de Hope you have fun with this package! This package is copyright © 2014 Arno L. Trautmann. It may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any later version. This work has the LPPL mainten- ance status ‘maintained’.
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placeat – Absolute content positioning
The package provides commands so that the user of LuaLaTeX may position arbitrary content at any position specified by absolute coordinates on the page. The package draws a grid on each page of the document, to aid positioning (the grid may be disabled, for ‘final copy’ using the command \placeatsetup).
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2014 Arno L. Trautmann|
|Maintainer||Arno L Trautmann|
|Contained in||TeX Live as placeat|
|MiKTeX as placeat|
LuaTeX and packages that require it|
layout of objects on the page