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README.md
Version 1.8.3

The rpgicons package

This package provides a set of high-quality icons for use in notes for tabletop role-playing games. The icons are meant to be used in the body text, but they can also be used in other contexts such as graphics or diagrams. The package comes in two variants, one based on the l3draw package and one based on PGF/TikZ.

As of version 1.4.0, an l3draw variant of the rpgicons package exists which is loaded by default. The l3draw package does not provide the same variety of styles as TikZ does.

The PGF veriant of the rpgicons package provides the icons as TikZ shapes. Since the commands to typeset the icons use tikzpicture environments, these commands should not be used inside another tikzpicture. However, because the package defines the icons as TikZ shapes, it is possible to use the icons in tikzpicture environments directly. Apart from that, as of version 1.1.0, the package provides a way to define custom commands to typeset the icons as boxed material which is safe to use in a tikzpicture context. As of version 1.3.1, the package provides an additional way to use the icons as TikZ pics.

The rpgicons package is installed by copying the relevant .sty file into the working or texmf directory. The package is loaded by calling \usepackage{rpgicons} in the preamble of the document. To load the PGF variant, the package can be loaded with the option pgf. The l3draw variant is loaded per default. The PGF or l3draw variants can be loaded directly via \usepackage{rpgicons-pgf} or\usepackage{rpgicons-l3}.

This package including all files is subject to the LPPL 1.3c license. Copyright 2024 Jasper Habicht (mail(at)jasperhabicht.de).

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rpgicons – Icons for tabletop role-playing games

This package provides a set of high-quality icons for use in notes for tabletop role-playing games. The icons are meant to be used in the body text, but they can also be used in other contexts such as graphics or diagrams.

The package comes in two variants, one based on the l3draw package, and the other on PGF/TikZ.

Packagerpgicons
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/jasperhabicht/rpgicons/issues
Repositoryhttps://github.com/jasperhabicht/rpgicons
Version1.8.3 2024-05-15
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3c
Copyright2024 Jasper Habicht
MaintainerJasper Habicht
Contained inTeX Live as rpgicons
MiKTeX as rpgicons
TopicsGames
Experimental 3
Graphics
PGF TikZ
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