[metapost] Positioning text in the canvas

Jesús Guillermo Andrade jgandradev at mac.com
Tue Mar 31 13:56:25 CEST 2009

Sorry for being so late in answering, I was really far of any access  
node for the internet for over a week. ANyways I wanted to thank you  
all good members of this list, especially Taco, Dan, Hans and Hartmut  
for your kind help. I hope I can be of service to whomever comes after  
with questions like mine... :-) The use of "draw" and "label" work as  
expected by all of you.

(OT: No I'm trying to figure out a way to create a sampler of all the  
fonts I have in my system in one document so I can compare them all at  
once and maybe even print it (MacTeX as of Feb 15/2009). Need to work  
in my office's heading for all the paperwork)

Thanks so much...!

El 26/03/2009, a las 04:18 a.m., Taco Hoekwater escribió:

> Jesús Guillermo Andrade wrote:
>> draw "A&M Despacho de Abogados" infont "t1-yvtbc-c";
>> What can be done in order to position the text with precise  
>> coordinates
>> without using the label command?
> draw "A&M Despacho de Abogados" infont "t1-yvtbc-c" shifted (100,100);
> Best wishes,
> Taco
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Nada perece en el Universo; todo cuanto acontece en él no pasa de  
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matemático griego.
Jesús Guillermo Andrade (Abg.)
Gerente de Litigios y Corporativo. EDM. AC. API.
Andrade & Moreno S.C. (http://amlegal.wordpress.com/)

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