# [pstricks] Passing in a node as an angle argument of \psarc, \pswedge, etc does not make sense!

Counter Terrorist the.counterterrorist at yahoo.com
Sun May 27 13:24:18 CEST 2012

Syntax {(node)} can be used as an angle argument for some PSTricks' macros.
For \uput, the angle is calculated relative to its center rather than the origin. It is good!

But \psarc, \pswedge, etc calculate the angles relative to the origin. It does not make sense.

\begin{pspicture}[showgrid](-1,-1)(6,6)
\pnode(1,1){A}\psdot(A)
\pnode(4,5){B}\psdot(B)
\psline[linecolor=red](A)(B)
\uput{2.5}[(B)](A){\psdot(0,0)}
%\pswedge(A){5}{(B)}{90}
\psarc(A){5}{(B)}{90}
\psline[linecolor=blue](0,0)(B)
\end{pspicture}

Can I request an update for this issue?

Thank you.

Forgiver: http://tex.stackexchange.com/users/9467/forgiver
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