[pstricks] Setting a node at a page corner

Michael Sharpe msharpe at ucsd.edu
Sat Apr 18 00:34:44 CEST 2009

On Apr 17, 2009, at 12:06 PM, Herbert Voss wrote:

> Michael Sharpe schrieb:
>> The only method I've found to set a node at a fixed position on the
>> paper (1in from top, 1in from left) uses the fancybox package:
>> \thisfancyput{\pnode{Q}}
>> However, as the fancybox documentation warns, this works by  
>> defining a
>> new output routine, and may not be compatible with some packages. Is
>> there a simpler, more compatible way to do this? Placing immediately
>> after \begin{document}
>> \vtop to 0pt{\pnode{Q}}
>> is close---correct horizontally, but a few points off vertically.
> http://voss.homedns.org/packages/pst-abspos/
> Maybe it is useful, I played years ago with absolute coordinates

Very useful---it does exactly what I needed. Thanks.


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