[NTG-context] layer placement question
Henning Hraban Ramm
hraban at fiee.net
Sun Jan 15 21:36:29 CET 2006
Am 2006-01-15 um 19:36 schrieb Hans Hagen:
>> I would expect that the x/y coordinates in \setlayer(framed)
>> relate to the layer's origin (-3, -3) and thus my logo gets
>> placed at (130, -3).
>> But in fact it's placed at (133, -3), i.e. x starts at 0 instead
>> of -3. Why?
> x and y are unique for each \setlayer, use hoffset/voffset instead
Thank you, I didn't understand that from the docs.
And in fact not even from your statement.
Seems like x/y always use the upper left corner of the paper,
while hoffset/voffset use the upper left corner of the layer.
But if I use \placelayer instead of backgrounds, x/y is relative to
the text area.
Is that intended? (See my mail "layer question".)
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