[NTG-context] Layer vs. overlay
Procházka Lukáš Ing. - Pontex s. r. o.
LPr at pontex.cz
Fri Jan 11 16:32:08 CET 2013
I need to add a text to the FOREGROUND of the page.
- Layers can refer to a page (or its size) and elements in a layer are drawn BELLOW the (normal) page content.
- Overlays are drawn ABOVE the (normal) page content and their size is given by an element (often \framed) which uses the overlay.
So - I'd need a layer which would overlay the normal page content (like "foreground" or "topmost" layer) or an overlay which would refer to (= its size and position would depend on) the (current) page (instead of e.g. \framed);
it should be a somewhat combination of layers & overlays.
How to achieve this in ConTeXt?
Ing. Lukáš Procházka [mailto:LPr at pontex.cz]
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