All command options are optional. LaTeXdraw knows the following command
-q or -l: the orientation of the drawing area is landscape (this
does not influence the output files!)
-t: If LaTeXdraw was generated with the digitizer option (see
makefile) then the digitizer tablet is enabled
The default header line used for the LaTeX-file is:
-2e sets the header line to:
-d followed by a string x sets the header line to x.
Example: latexdraw -l -d
sets orientation to landscape, uses the documentstyle report, and
the pagestyle is empty.
-f followed by a font name defines the font used for the menue,
e.g. -f 8x13bold.
The size of the drawing area can be adjusted by the user at any
time by changing the size of the window. The command option -s
followed by pixelwidthxpixelheight defines the initial size of the
-io myfile1 myfile2 In this case LaTeXdraw is not started for
drawing but only for file generation. The input file myfile1 is a
LaTeXdraw --file. It is used to generate the output file myfile2, which
is a LaTeX--file.