[pstricks] funny behaviour of pstArcOAB

Herbert Voss Herbert.Voss at FU-Berlin.DE
Sat Sep 27 14:34:39 CEST 2008

Doris Wagner schrieb:
> thanx, also in my case it works fine now.
> the reason why I _didn't_ use \pstGeonode was (apart from the fact  
> that \pnode is shorter) that I didn't know that it is possible to  
> define something like this:
> \pstGeonode([offset=-5]C){H}
> I thougt this is only possible with \pnode.
> A little suggestion here: in the _NEXT_ pstricks book, there could be  
> a chapter that illustrates how to use \pstGeonode in the above way.  
> constructing a point on a line perpendicular to another line (through  
> a given point) is REALLY euclidean...

it doesn_'t belong to nodes ... it is a way to define coordinates!
The reason why it is no difference in using \pnode or \pstGeonode
or \psline ...

see 132ff in the book


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