Subject: Re: Plain TeX macros for text-flowing-around-figures Carlos Felippa wrote: > I wrote my own macros to do this, but they involve > fiddling with several dimens and picking the > insertion spot. Also possible interaction with > footnotes, wide eqs, ejects, etc, often requires > intervention. Coulnt find anything pertinent in eplain. > > Note: I am not interested in LaTeX. Here is what I wrote (ages ago, I notice). I don't claim anything great about it, but it might give you or someone some ideas. Ian Hutchinson.
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figflow – Flow text around a figure
Provides a Plain TeX macro \figflow that allows one to insert a figure into an area inset into a paragraph. Command arguments are width and height of the figure, and the figure (and its caption) itself. Usage details are to be found in the TeX file itself.The package does not work with LaTeX; packages such as wrapfig, floatflt and picins support the needs of LaTeX users in this area.
|License||Free license not otherwise listed, or more than one free license applies|
|Copyright||1995 Ian Hutchinson|
|Contained in||TeXlive as figflow|
|MikTeX as figflow|
flow text round an insertion in the paragraph|