[pstricks] pst-node suggestion
Herbert.Voss at FU-Berlin.DE
Wed Oct 23 11:33:02 CEST 2013
Am 23.10.2013 10:00, schrieb Christoph Bersch:
> Am 23.10.2013 09:42, schrieb Patrice MÉGRET:
>> In particular, I use extensively pst-circ and pst-optexp which use
>> pst-node to place the components.
>> Is it possible to add an option ‘draft’ to pst-node that would allow to
>> plot, during the design phase of a diagram, a dot and the name of the
>> node at the reference point of the node. That would greatly simplify the
>> creation of electrical and optical schemes.
> I wouldn't use a package option for this. You would be surprised how
> many nodes are defined internally by pst-circ and pst-optexp (and other
> packages). I guess you wouldn't see anything between all those long and
> strange node names.
That is true. However it is not a big deal to have an optional
argument. But it can only be used with \psset because \pnode
uses the [x,y] for the offset. With the pst-node.tex from
you can do something like this:
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