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Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Nov
27
accepted Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
Nov
27
comment Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
RTFM :D Thank you! It does the job perfectly!
Nov
27
comment Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
I think we have to use something like \evensidemargin, \oddsidemargin, \textheight and \textwidth
Nov
27
comment Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
Thanks for the suggestion, but it does not fully answer my question. First, I can put coordinates at \put(x,y) too, so no TikZ is necessary, right? Second, my type area is automatically calculated with KOMA Script. So I have to obtain the coordinates and do not set constants.
Nov
27
comment Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
I prefer a more „native“ solution, but will accept TikZ if no native solution exists (which I don’t believe).
Nov
27
comment Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
Haha :D Is it possible with TikZ?
Nov
27
asked Image at bottom right Corner of the type area
Aug
25
answered Typesetting ZeroMQ in LaTeX
Aug
25
accepted How to place author’s name below her/his text?
Aug
25
comment How to place author’s name below her/his text?
Thanks! I use your solution. Widows could be a problem if the poem is not typeset on a single page or in the case of usual Texts – right?
Aug
24
accepted How to remove extra space between \vspace*{0em} and \section?
Aug
24
revised How to place author’s name below her/his text?
Type error corrected
Aug
24
asked How to place author’s name below her/his text?
Aug
5
awarded  Teacher
Jul
15
accepted Golden Ratio for vertical poem positioning
Jul
15
awarded  Commentator
Jul
15
comment Golden Ratio for vertical poem positioning
@jon This could enhance the situation. I will check it out …
Jul
15
comment Golden Ratio for vertical poem positioning
@jon Your are right. But how to do this else? Positioning a poem at the top of the type area causes large space after the poem. It’s not aesthetic, but causes no jumps while turning pages. Otherwise the Golden Ratio placement should be aesthetic, but lets the poems jump while turning pages. (Centring let poems also jump around if the reader turn pages.) Currently I have no idea how to solve this dilemma.
Jul
14
awarded  Nice Question