[NTG-context] colors without \definecolor

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 5 08:31:35 CET 2010


Am 04.02.10 21:41, schrieb Philipp Gesang:
> Hi all,
>
>
> I understand that in order to use a color with \color[somecolor]{colored
> text} I first have to \definecolor[somecolor][r=.4,g=0,b=1].  Currently
> I'm trying to do automated colorizing with the help of some lua code and
> I'd like to make up rgb vectors on the spot without having to
> \definecolor them first, e.g. something like \color[r=.4,g=0,b=1]
> {colored text}.  Is there a way to achieve this in mkiv?  (Right now I'm
> assigning new rgb values to the same color "name" whenever the function
> is called that concatenates the next \color[]{} statement.  This seems a
> bit verbose and hacky to me.)

\colored[r=...,g=...,b=...]{...}

or

{\colored[r=...,g=...,b=...]...}

Wolfgang



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