[NTG-context] postion graphics

2011-09-26 Thread Hans van der Meer
I was using something like
\setMPpositiongraphic{A1}{syllabus:arrow}{to=B1,bxoff=\celloff}
and
\hpos{A1}{}\VB \VB \VB \VB \hpos{B1}{}\CR

for the placement of arrows (defined with \startMPpositiongraphic on the page. 
That was mkII.
Now the arrows are not placed at the proper position but at the left of the 
page.

Question: has something changed here in ConTeXt mkIV that I didn't notice? The 
only change I can imagine here is that from mkII to mkIV.

Hans van der Meer

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Re: [NTG-context] postion graphics

2011-09-26 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 26.09.2011 um 10:51 schrieb Hans van der Meer:

 I was using something like
   \setMPpositiongraphic{A1}{syllabus:arrow}{to=B1,bxoff=\celloff}
 and
   \hpos{A1}{}\VB \VB \VB \VB \hpos{B1}{}\CR
 
 for the placement of arrows (defined with \startMPpositiongraphic on the 
 page. That was mkII.
 Now the arrows are not placed at the proper position but at the left of the 
 page.
 
 Question: has something changed here in ConTeXt mkIV that I didn't notice? 
 The only change I can imagine here is that from mkII to mkIV.

Do you have a example?

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] postion graphics

2011-09-26 Thread Meer, H. van der
Thanks. But after having a closer look I decided to abandon the mechanism. It 
looks fairly sophisticated: finding positions in the TeX-result and producing 
overlays for them. Because I used it solely inside table-like structures for 
pointing from one cell to another, I can replace them by MetaPost pictures. It 
seems more robust that way. So you do not need spending your time on it.

Hans van der Meer

On 26 sep. 2011, at 22:37, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 
 Am 26.09.2011 um 10:51 schrieb Hans van der Meer:
 
 I was using something like
  \setMPpositiongraphic{A1}{syllabus:arrow}{to=B1,bxoff=\celloff}
 and
  \hpos{A1}{}\VB \VB \VB \VB \hpos{B1}{}\CR
 
 for the placement of arrows (defined with \startMPpositiongraphic on the 
 page. That was mkII.
 Now the arrows are not placed at the proper position but at the left of the 
 page.
 
 Question: has something changed here in ConTeXt mkIV that I didn't notice? 
 The only change I can imagine here is that from mkII to mkIV.
 
 Do you have a example?
 
 Wolfgang
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