Commit adb0aa64 authored by Bernhard Heinloth's avatar Bernhard Heinloth
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adjusted colors

parent 766667c0
...@@ -76,24 +76,44 @@ ...@@ -76,24 +76,44 @@
% %
% \begin{macrocode} % \begin{macrocode}
\definecolor{nDarkYellow}{RGB}{201,147,19} \definecolor{nDarkGrey}{RGB}{152,164,174}
\definecolor{nYellow}{RGB}{217,198,137} \definecolor{nGrey}{RGB}{210,213,215}
\definecolor{nLightYellow}{RGB}{243,238,223} \definecolor{nLightGrey}{RGB}{235,236,238}
\definecolor{nDarkRed}{RGB}{141,20,41} \definecolor{nDarkRed}{RGB}{141,20,41}
\definecolor{nRed}{RGB}{201,169,147} \definecolor{nRed}{RGB}{201,169,147}
\definecolor{nLightRed}{RGB}{237,231,222} \definecolor{nLightRed}{RGB}{237,231,222}
\definecolor{nDarkGreen}{RGB}{0,155,119}
\definecolor{nGreen}{RGB}{170,207,189}
\definecolor{nLightGreen}{RGB}{229,239,234}
\definecolor{nDarkBlue}{RGB}{0,56,101} \definecolor{nDarkBlue}{RGB}{0,56,101}
\definecolor{nBlue}{RGB}{144,167,198} \definecolor{nBlue}{RGB}{144,167,198}
\definecolor{nLightBlue}{RGB}{221,229,240} \definecolor{nLightBlue}{RGB}{221,229,240}
\definecolor{nDarkGrey}{RGB}{152,164,174} \definecolor{nDarkYellow}{RGB}{201,147,19}
\definecolor{nGrey}{RGB}{210,213,215} \definecolor{nYellow}{RGB}{217,198,137}
\definecolor{nLightGrey}{RGB}{235,236,238} \definecolor{nLightYellow}{RGB}{243,238,223}
\definecolor{nBlack}{HTML}{011F32} \definecolor{nBlack}{HTML}{011F32}
\definecolor{nWhite}{RGB}{250,250,250}
% \end{macrocode}
%
%
%
% \subsubsection{Alias colors}
%
% Support the colors provided by the old i4 beamer theme.
%
% \begin{macrocode}
\colorlet{i4red}{nDarkRed}
\colorlet{i4green}{nDarkGreen}
\colorlet{i4blue}{nDarkBlue}
\colorlet{i4yellow}{nDarkYellow}
\colorlet{i4grey}{nDarkGrey}
\definecolor{darkred}{rgb}{0.8,0,0}
\colorlet{beamergreen}{green!50!black}
% \end{macrocode} % \end{macrocode}
% %
% %
...@@ -106,15 +126,23 @@ ...@@ -106,15 +126,23 @@
% \begin{macrocode} % \begin{macrocode}
\newcommand{\neo@colors@dark}{ \newcommand{\neo@colors@dark}{
\setbeamercolor{normal text}{% \setbeamercolor{normal text}{%
fg=black!2, fg=nWhite,
bg=nBlack bg=nBlack
} }
\setbeamercolor{normal item}{%
fg=nWhite,
bg=nDarkBlue
}
\usebeamercolor[fg]{normal text} \usebeamercolor[fg]{normal text}
} }
\newcommand{\neo@colors@light}{ \newcommand{\neo@colors@light}{
\setbeamercolor{normal text}{% \setbeamercolor{normal text}{%
fg=nBlack, fg=nBlack,
bg=black!2 bg=nWhite
}
\setbeamercolor{normal item}{%
fg=nDarkBlue,
bg=nWhite
} }
} }
\setbeamercolor{alerted text}{% \setbeamercolor{alerted text}{%
...@@ -130,17 +158,17 @@ ...@@ -130,17 +158,17 @@
% \subsubsection{Derived colors} % \subsubsection{Derived colors}
% %
% The titles and structural elements (e.g. |itemize| bullets) are set in the % The titles and structural elements (e.g. |itemize| bullets) are set in the
% same color as |normal text|. This would ideally done by setting |normal text| % same color as |normal text|.and |normal item|. This would ideally done by
% as a parent style, which we do to set |titlelike|, but this doesn't work for % setting |normal text| and |normal item| as a parent style, which we do to
% |structure| as its foreground is set explicitly in % set |titlelike|, but this doesn't work for |structure| as its foreground
% |beamercolorthemedefault.sty|. % is set explicitly in |beamercolorthemedefault.sty|.
% %
% \begin{macrocode} % \begin{macrocode}
\setbeamercolor{titlelike}{use=normal text, parent=normal text} \setbeamercolor{titlelike}{use=normal text, parent=normal text}
\setbeamercolor{author}{use=normal text, parent=normal text} \setbeamercolor{author}{use=normal text, parent=normal text}
\setbeamercolor{date}{use=normal text, parent=normal text} \setbeamercolor{date}{use=normal text, parent=normal text}
\setbeamercolor{institute}{use=normal text, parent=normal text} \setbeamercolor{institute}{use=normal text, parent=normal text}
\setbeamercolor{structure}{use=normal text, fg=normal text.fg} \setbeamercolor{structure}{use=normal item, fg=normal item.fg}
% \end{macrocode} % \end{macrocode}
% %
% The “primary” palette should be used for the most important navigational % The “primary” palette should be used for the most important navigational
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