I want to make a company letterhead in LaTeX (example output here), and I did it using
fancyhdr and absolute positioning, which, while horrible, worked fine so far.
I must have updated XeLaTeX, because now every page after the second is broken. It used to give me warnings about badboxes, but everything worked fine. I think the badboxes were because the "background" image was really in the foreground, and the text was just forcefully positioned over it.
What I want to do is:
- Create a title page with
\maketitlethat doesn't include a background image.
- Include a background image on every other page.
- Create a "back cover" page (using
\makeback) that doesn't include the background image.
I tried the
wallpaper package, but it can only set a wallpaper on every page. I tried the
xwatermark package, but it complains about something called
undefined name grey!55, which I have no idea about. How can I accomplish what I need?
undefined name grey!55" seems to be some misuse of the color packages. "grey!55" is a valid
xcolorcolor definition, but maybe an incompatible color package is loaded as well.