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The xecolor Package v0.1

xecolor package is a simple package which defines about 140 different colors by XeTeX's font
colour feature that can be used in bidirectional texts without any problem. 

The xecolor package is a replacement for xecolour package.

The following commands are provided:


This command is similar to the \definecolor command of color package but has only two arguments.
The second argument is triple pair of hex values to specify the colour in RGB space. As an example you
can say \definergbcolor{blue}{0000FF} to define "blue" color. For more examples, see xecolor.sty


This command is similar to \color command of color package.


This command is similar to \textcolor command of color package.


This command is similar to \normalcolor of color package.

If you want to report any bugs or typos and corrections in the documentation,
or ask for any new features, or suggest any improvements, or ask any questions
about the package, then please do not send any direct emails to us; we will not 
answer any direct emails. Instead please use the issue tracker:
In doing so, please always explain your issue well enough, always include
a minimal working examples showing the issue, and always choose the appropriate
label for your query (i.e. if you are reporting any bugs, choose `bug' label). 

Current version release date: 2013/04/04

Persian TeX Group


Name Size Date Notes
README 1610 2013-04-03 13:54
xe­color.sty 5874 2013-04-03 13:54

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xe­color – Sup­port for color in XLaTeX

This is a sim­ple pack­age which de­fines about 140 dif­fer­ent colours us­ing XTeX’s colour fea­ture. The colours can be used in bidi­rec­tional texts with­out any prob­lem.

Pack­age De­tailsxe­color
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerZal Mehran (in­ac­tive)
Vafa Kha­lighi
Con­tained inTeX Live as xe­color
MiKTeX as xe­color
Topics type­set­ting in colour
XTeX, ma­te­rial sup­port­ing it, and pack­ages re­quir­ing it
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