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Shaded theorems – Theorem environments that are shaded

Ex­tends the \newthe­o­rem com­mand. If you say \new­shade­the­o­rem{the­o­rem}{The­o­rem} in the pream­ble then your reg­u­lar \be­gin{the­o­rem} .. \end{the­o­rem} will pro­duce a the­o­rem state­ment in a shaded box. It sup­ports all the op­tions of \newthe­o­rem, in­clud­ing forms \new­shade­the­o­rem{..}[..]{..} and \new­shade­the­o­rem{..}{..}[..].

En­vi­ron­ments de­clared us­ing the pack­age re­quire their body to re­main on one page; the md­framed pack­age can frame and shade the­o­rems, and its en­vi­ron­ments break at the end of a page; users are gen­er­ally rec­om­mended, there­fore, to use md­framed.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/shadethm
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainer Jim Hef­feron
Con­tained in TeX Live as shade­thm
MiKTeX as shade­thm
Topics high­light­ing type­set ma­te­rial, fancy frames, wa­ter­marks, etc.
type­set math­e­mat­i­cal the­o­rems

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