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Fitting text into a box over-a-pic

I am trying to fit a text into a box within an overpic environment. kongo09 had a similar question fit-text-into-given-box-by-adjusting-the-fontsize, and a highly workable solution was provided by ...
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Tikz: overlay png or pdf image over another pdf figure

I am newbie in Tikz. I would like to place a png or pdf image on another pdf figure using Tikz overlay.Unfortunately i don't have any Tikz code for both the figures. I have looked at this answer ...
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How to add a scalebar to an image [duplicate]

I'm trying to figure out how best to add scale bars to my images, such as in these wondeful snowflake images (the full size image is a bit large, but it's the best example of what I'm trying to do): ...
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How to trim after an overpic

I was reading this post and its answers regarding the overpic package so I tried this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[abs]{overpic} \begin{document} \begin{overpic}[grid,tics=10]{elephant} \end{...
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subfigures using subfloatrow, overpic, tikz to add rows to annotate imported images/figures

I did my diligent search for a combination of subfloatrow, overpic, and adding arrows for annotation of imported images using tikz, but couldn't find one. These kind of images are typically found in ...
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External images displayed in circle

I'd like to have several external images organized in a circular shape, with TikZ drawing on top of it. I tried the scope option in TikZ with \includegraphics command, the whole thing being included ...
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Using a different font in overpic

I'm using the overpic package in the memoir class to include figures and superimpose text on them. Is there a simple way to tell overpic to use a different font than the main font of my text? (I ...
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Using an overpic grid to crop a resized image in Beamer

I've caught wind of a trick for trimming/cropping images in LaTeX. I know I can use the trim or viewport option of includegraphics to crop an image as described here and here. Determining what ...
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Add a grid on figures for trimming purpose (by redefining \includegraphics)

I need to (temporarly) redefine \includegraphics command for trimming purposes. This is my MWE: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage[abs]{overpic} \pagestyle{empty} \begin{...