`*`

A target may also have its position changed by one of the following constructions:

`+`

*vector*or`-`

*vector*which changes the target to be a zero-sized one at the position obtained by adding or subtracting the*vector*to its center, or`!`

*vector*which moves the center of the target by the*vector*;

- , where are TeX dimensions, is the vector with those coordinates,
- the following "corner offsets" of a target are vectors as shown:
(they must be specified in upper case), and

`/`

*d**dimen*`/`

is the*vector*going*dimen*in the particular direction*d*which can be either the eight simple ones in section 1.6, empty to denote that the*current direction*(the last direction of an arrow) should be used, or one of the following:`va(`

`)`

absolute angle *d*`:a(`

`)`

relative angle in degrees *d*`:(`

*x*,*y*`)`

relative vector *d*`^`

/*d*`_`

short for `:a(90)`

/`:a(-90)`

where the

*d*in the last four may be empty to denote the "current direction."`0`

is the zero vector.

`+0`

?

© Kristoffer H. Rose <krisrose@brics.dk> December 19, 1996 / LaTeX2