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CTAN update: colorist

Date: September 5, 2022 7:29:41 AM CEST
Jinwen XU submitted an update to the colorist package. Version number: 2022-09-03 License type: lppl1.3c Summary description: Write your articles or books in a colorful way Announcement text:
Changes since the last version: - The required LaTeX kernel version is changed to <2022-06-01> - Add support for the combinations of `corollary` and `definition` - Paragraphs in theorem-like environments now has no `\parindent` - Several improvements to the configuration of lists, especially for the changes of the enumeration labels, which should be less likely to be confused with the usual parentheses - The equation numbers are now gray - ToC now has its bookmark - Improved dot fill feature of the Index - Various minor fixes and improvements to the font configuration - Various minor bug fixes and improvements The documentations, unfortunately, are still not fully updated. I'll try to finish this work as soon as I get the time, but as writing documentations has always been a time-consuming task, it might be difficult for me to put it on the agenda before my master's thesis is finished next year 🙁
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/colorist More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/colorist
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colorist – Write your articles or books in a colorful way

This package offers you a style file and two classes to typeset articles or books in a colorful way. These classes currently have native support for English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), and Spanish typesetting. They compile with any major engine.

You may also wish to consider the packages lebhart and beaulivre, which are enhanced versions of the classes provided here. They have unicode support, thus can only be used with either XeLaTeX or Lua. Currently they have native support for Chinese (both simplified and traditional), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), Russian and Spanish typesetting, and also use more beautiful fonts.

Version 2023-01-08
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