[texhax] line in the margin

Steve Schwartz s.schwartz at imperial.ac.uk
Sun Jan 15 19:51:23 CET 2006

\usepackage{changebar} does this pretty well, I think. 


On Sun, 2006-01-15 at 17:11 +0100, Patric Glöde wrote:
> Deat Texhax,
> how does LaTeX produce a vertical line in the margin at the left hand
> side of the text body. I tried 
> \usepackage{framed} 
> ... 
> \begin{leftbar} 
>  Text 
> \end{leftbar} 
> but then the line is inserted in the text and the text body is shifted
> to the right. I just want an unobtrusive line to mark certain
> paragraphs of the text, e.g. to let coauthors know which are the most
> recently added sections.
> Thanks for help!
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> BR
> P.K.Glöde
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