The LaTeX package palette - version 1.1.0 (2021/07/29)
palette provides the ability to create custom color palettes and symbol palettes ("symbol suites"), and swap one palette in for another easily. It also allows the user to create a variable that represents the selected palette, and provides checks in case the variable represents a palette that does not exist.
The package is split into
A working TeX installation is required.
This is a self-extracting dtx file, so run
to generate the README, documentation, and packages.
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palette – Create palettes for colors and symbols that can be swapped in
The package `palette` contains two files: `colorpalette.sty` and `symbolpalette`. One deals with colors and the other deals with symbols; the implementation is quite similar.
With this package you can create themes. Each of these themes have a set of colors, and you can create palettes based on this theme with specific color values for each of the theme's color slots. The active palette for each theme can be swapped in to make experimenting with colors easier or give users choices as to which theme they pick.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2021 Dennis Chen|
|Contained in||TeX Live as palette|
MiKTeX as palette