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.
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|Contained in||TeX Live as figflow|
|MiKTeX as figflow|
flow text round an insertion in the paragraph|