abspos – Absolute placement with coffins
This package lets you place contents at an absolute position, anchored at some specified part of the contents, similar to how TikZ nodes work, though without using the two-pass strategy of TikZ. It also avoids messing with the order of beamer overlays, which is what happens when one uses the textpos package with the overlay option.
The solution used is quite straightforward, combining coffins (using l3coffins) with the placement mechanisms of atbegshi.
|Copyright||2021–2022 Magnus Lie Hetland|
|Maintainer||Magnus Lie Hetland|
|Contained in||TeX Live as abspos|
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