[NTG-context] color in pdfTeX

pawcoo ntg-context@ntg.nl
Fri, 05 Mar 2004 08:21:19 +0100


>>>\pdfliteral{0 1 0 0 k}
>>>\pdfliteral{0 1 0 0 K}
>>
>>Thanks! That works. I'll dare to ask one more question. How to use
>>colors in (some kind of) groups, meaning localy? In example, how to
>>set some nice color for given object only (word, letter or rule)? Or
>>should I always say something like
>>
>>\pdfliteral{0 1 0 0 k}
>>  colorized text
>>\pdfliteral{0 0 0 1 k} % come back to black
> 
> 
> Seems to be currently the only way. The \pdfliteral{} primitives are
> done between two x/y transformations, so you can't use q/Q grouping.
> And the \pdfliteral direct{} variant doesn't help either, as it comes
> before BT, but also _before_ ET, so grouping would be broken also.
> Probably something to consider for a change...
> 
> Regards, Hartmut

Ok. That doesn't hurt since I know, that there is no smarter way :-P
Thank You for help.

Pawe/l