Hi Hans,

I want to use a few graphics as page backgrounds but with the \scale command
the image always stays within the borders of the page.

Can you add a command (probably easier than adding such a function to \scale)
which does as same as in the second row of the example below where the image
extends outside of the borders of the frame. A option to clip parts – which can be disabled – of the image which are outside of the frame would be a nice extension
to this command (e.g. in case you want a image in a table cell).




  {\PageBorder{\externalfigure[mill]  [factor=fit]}}{}


  {\PageBorder      {\externalfigure[mill]   [width=6cm]}}  {}


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