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0 \documentclass{article}
1 \usepackage{tikz}
2 \usepackage{verbatim}
3 \usetikzlibrary{arrows,shapes}
4
5 \usepackage{coffee5}
6
7 \usepackage{eso-pic}
8 \AddToShipoutPicture{%
9 \cofeSplash{}
10 }
11 \usepackage{lipsum}
12
13
14 \begin{document}
15 \title{LaTeX Coffee Stains}
16 \author{Hanno Rein\\
17 \texttt{http://hanno-rein.de}\\
18 Cambridge University}
19 %\renewcommand{\today}{April 3, 2009}
20 \maketitle
21
22
23 \section{Introduction}
24 This package provides an essential feature to \LaTeX~that has been missing for too long. It adds a coffee stain to your documents. A lot of time can be saved by printing stains directly on the page rather than adding it manually. You can choose from four different stain types:
25 \begin{enumerate}
26 \item $270^\circ$ circle stain with two tiny splashes
27 \item $60^\circ$ circle stain
28 \item two splashes with light colours
29 \item and a colourful twin splash.
30 \end{enumerate}
31
32 \section{Usage}
33 To use the package, simply place the \texttt{coffee5.sty} file in the directory with all of your
34 other \texttt{.tex} files \textit{or} install it properly (consult your distribution's manual).
35 Then include the following line in the header of your document:
36 \begin{verbatim}
37 \usepackage{coffee5}
38 \end{verbatim}
39 To place a coffee stain on a page, put one of the following commands in the source code of the relevant page:
40 \begin{verbatim}
41 \cofeAm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
42 \cofeBm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
43 \cofeCm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
44 \cofeDm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
45 \end{verbatim}
46 where alpha is the transparency factor $\in [0,1]$. The scale factor is {\tt scale}, and the standard is {\tt scale}=1.
47 The angle is in degrees $\in [0,360]$.
48 The position relative to the centre of the page is given by x and y
49 offsets \texttt{xoff} and \texttt{yoff}.
50
51 \medskip
52 Since version 5, you may also use
53 \begin{verbatim}
54 \cofeSplash{}
55 \end{verbatim}
56 to place a random splash with random parameters on the current page or
57 e.g.
58 \begin{verbatim}
59 \usepackage{eso-pic}
60 \AddToShipoutPicture{%
61 \cofeSplash{}
62 }
63 \end{verbatim}
64 to put a random splash on every page.
65
66
67 \section{Copyright}
68 You can freely distribute this package as I do not believe in imaginary property. All stains are self-made, photographed by myself, processed with gimp and traced with Inkscape.
69 Donations should be made in coffee only. My address is
70 \begin{quote}
71 Hanno Rein\\
72 DAMTP, CMS\\
73 Wilberforce Road\\
74 Cambridge CB3 0WA\\
75 United Kingdom
76 \end{quote}
77 See more coffee stains on the next pages.
78 \newpage
79
80 \lipsum[1-42]
81
82 \end{document}
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0 \documentclass{article}
1 \usepackage{tikz}
2 \usepackage{verbatim}
3 \usetikzlibrary{arrows,shapes}
4
5 \usepackage{coffee5}
6
7 \usepackage{eso-pic}
8 \AddToShipoutPicture{%
9 \cofeSplash{}
10 }
11 \usepackage{lipsum}
12
13
14 \begin{document}
15 \title{LaTeX Coffee Stains}
16 \author{Hanno Rein\\
17 \texttt{http://hanno-rein.de}\\
18 Cambridge University}
19 %\renewcommand{\today}{April 3, 2009}
20 \maketitle
21
22
23 \section{Introduction}
24 This package provides an essential feature to \LaTeX~that has been missing for too long. It adds a coffee stain to your documents. A lot of time can be saved by printing stains directly on the page rather than adding it manually. You can choose from four different stain types:
25 \begin{enumerate}
26 \item $270^\circ$ circle stain with two tiny splashes
27 \item $60^\circ$ circle stain
28 \item two splashes with light colours
29 \item and a colourful twin splash.
30 \end{enumerate}
31
32 \section{Usage}
33 To use the package, simply place the \texttt{coffee5.sty} file in the directory with all of your
34 other \texttt{.tex} files \textit{or} install it properly (consult your distribution's manual).
35 Then include the following line in the header of your document:
36 \begin{verbatim}
37 \usepackage{coffee5}
38 \end{verbatim}
39 To place a coffee stain on a page, put one of the following commands in the source code of the relevant page:
40 \begin{verbatim}
41 \cofeAm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
42 \cofeBm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
43 \cofeCm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
44 \cofeDm{alpha}{scale}{angle}{xoff}{yoff}
45 \end{verbatim}
46 where alpha is the transparency factor $\in [0,1]$. The scale factor is {\tt scale}, and the standard is {\tt scale}=1.
47 The angle is in degrees $\in [0,360]$.
48 The position relative to the centre of the page is given by x and y
49 offsets \texttt{xoff} and \texttt{yoff}.
50
51 \medskip
52 Since version 5, you may also use
53 \begin{verbatim}
54 \cofeSplash{}
55 \end{verbatim}
56 to place a random splash with random parameters on the current page or
57 e.g.
58 \begin{verbatim}
59 \usepackage{eso-pic}
60 \AddToShipoutPicture{%
61 \cofeSplash{}
62 }
63 \end{verbatim}
64 to put a random splash on every page.
65
66
67 \section{Copyright}
68 You can freely distribute this package as I do not believe in imaginary property. All stains are self-made, photographed by myself, processed with gimp and traced with Inkscape.
69 Donations should be made in coffee only. My address is
70 \begin{quote}
71 Hanno Rein\\
72 DAMTP, CMS\\
73 Wilberforce Road\\
74 Cambridge CB3 0WA\\
75 United Kingdom
76 \end{quote}
77 See more coffee stains on the next pages.
78 \newpage
79
80 \lipsum[1-42]
81
82 \end{document}