%% %% This is file `README.txt', %% %% Copyright (C) 2020-2022 Claudio Beccari all rights reserved. %% License information appended %% File README.txt for package swfigure [2022-04-24 v.0.9.20 Managing large and spread wide figures] This bundle contains the swfigure.dtx, swfigure-examples.tex, and README.txt files plus eight fake figures with extension .jpg or .pdf and a screenshot with extension .pdf. This file README.txt contains the licence, the status, and some general information. Save the README.txt and swfigure.dtx file in a .../source/latex/swfigure folder either in the main TeX system tree or in your personal tree. Save the swfigure-examples.tex, the derived swfigures-examples.pdf, and the various .jpg and .pdf files in folder .../doc/latex/swfigure. Process the self extracting swfigure.dtx file with pdfLaTeX; repeat at least twice in order to get all references correct; you obtain the swfigure.pdf and the swfigure.sty files. After extraction move the .sty file to the .../tex/latex/swfigure folder, and move the .pdf file to the .../doc/latex/swfigure folder. From the original folder .../source/latex/swfigure move to the bin all files except the .dtx and the .txt ones. The author disclaims any liability from every possible inconvenience deriving from the use of this software; you use it at your own risk. %% %% Distributable under the LaTeX Project Public License, %% version 1.3c or higher (your choice). The latest version of %% this license is at: http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt %% %% This work is "maintained" %% %% This work consists of files swfigure.dtx, swfigure-examples.tex %% and README.txt, and the derived files swfigure.sty, swfigure.pdf %% subfigure-exaples.pdf. %% %% The other .jpg and .pdf files contained in this bundle are just %% fake figures and a screenshot that anybody can replicate, copy %% or modify at will. %%
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swfigure – Insert large images that do not fit into a single page
Five different display modes are defined in order to place in a document large figures that do not fit into a single page. A single user macro is defined to handle all five display modes.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2020–2022 Claudio Beccari|
|Contained in||TeX Live as swfigure|
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