shadebox – Shade boxes using PostScript specials
The file as presented may be run to produce an example of the output that may be expected: text may be enclosed in rectangular or in rounded-corner (what LaTeX calls ‘oval’) boxes, and the background of the box is shaded.
The technique of using PostScript specials (thus tying use to dvips-based production) contrasts with the specially-concocted fonts used by the shade package.
|License||Unknown Status, No Information Available|
|Maintainer||Leo Christopher Brewin
|Contained in||TeX Live as genmisc|
|MiKTeX as genmisc|
highlighting typeset material, fancy frames, watermarks, etc.
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- frame: Framed boxes for Plain TeX
- swrule: Lines thicker in the middle than at the ends
- outerhbox: Collect horizontal material for contributing to a paragraph
- shade: Shade pieces of text