[texpoint-users] Transparency + white text color?

TexPoint authors at texpoint.necula.org
Wed Apr 23 03:54:18 PDT 2008


 The easiest way to achieve this, is to use the slide background color 
as equation background (or "blend") w/o transparency setting and white 
text color.
If the background contains color gradients or pictures, use a slightly 
off-white text color, e.g. rgb(253,253,253), w/ transparency.
Right now TexPoint can only make white transparent.


On 2008-04-23 05:45, Thomas Stehle wrote:
> Hi,
> our corporate slides have a dark background and so I would like to use a
> bright (-> white) color for the formulae together with a transparent
> background. From the manual, I know that in case of transparency PPT is
> told, that white should be transparent. Is there any possibility / work
> around to change the color which is interpreted as transparent?
> Best regards,
> Thomas

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