This topic contains packages to typesetting in colour.
Bidi-aware coloured contour around text.
Colors used to display amino acids, nucleotides, sugars or atoms in biochemistry.
Chroma: a reference book of LaTeX colours.
Place contents into a full width colour strip.
A TeX macro package for colour manipulation (using PostScript).
Colour control for LaTeX documents.
Simple colour use in Plain TeX.
Retrieve colour model and values for defined colours.
Define missing colors by their names.
Collection of free ICC profiles.
Simple colour-selection commands.
Provides PDF color spaces.
Shade cells of tables and halign.
Add colour to LaTeX tables.
Colour facilities for use with TeX.
Colours by wavelength of visible light.
Extend the color package colour space.
Print a coloured contour around text.
Named colors for web-safe design.
Sample configuration files for LaTeX color and graphics.
Implements colour for packages hyperref and bookmark.
Use color definitions from latexcolor.com.
Color support based on LuaTeX’s node attributes.
Extend list of predefined colour names for METAPOST.
Interrogate page colour.
Defines macros for maintaining colour stacks under pdfTeX.
Separate color stack for footnotes with pdfTeX.
Improved colour support under pdfTeX (legacy stub).
Fix colour problems in package 'parallel'.
Fix colour problems in package 'parcolumns'.
Support for CMYK and grayscale shadings in PGF/TikZ.
CIE color space.
Filling with colour gradients, using PSTricks.
PostScript macros for TeX.
Plotting sea shells.
Sophisticated colour gradients.
Tables of RGB colour parameters.
Spot colours for pdfLaTeX.
Define SVG named colours.
Coloured boxes, for LaTeX examples and theorems, etc.
Colour facilities for SliTeX.
Driver-independent color extensions for LaTeX and pdfLaTeX.
Defines the 256 colors from Google Material Color Palette.
Defines the 16 colors from Ethan Schoonover’s Solarized palette.
Support for color in XeLaTeX.
Support for colour in XeLaTeX.
Spot colours support for XeLaTeX.
Colour and graphics support for XeTeX.
xkcd names of colors.