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This can't be done when including image files with \includegraphics: graphicx has no interface to whatever the code was that originally produced the figure. However, it can be done if you integrate your graphics drawing with the TeX code itself. I don't know much MP, but here is an example with another drawing package. This shows a TikZ/pgf solution, using ...


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The height of the \tikz in the definition of \circled is responsible for the added line spacing. One can treat the height of an object as zero with the \smash{} macro. So here, I \smash{\tikz[...]{...}}. Of course, this now makes overlap a possibility. In an effort to combat this, I reduced the minimum size of the circle to 1.4em. % !TEX encoding = ...



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