Am 24.09.2008 um 17:28 schrieb Taco Hoekwater:

> Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
>>
>> ! You can't use `\end' in internal vertical mode.
>> <recently read> \normalend
>
> Jikes. Looks like that is because \color is a \groupedcommand  itself.
> This works for this test file (and hopefully for everything  else):
>
> \def\Colorit%
>    {\groupedcommand
>       {\startcolor[red]\em\penalty10000\hskip0pt }
>       {\/\stopcolor}}


works! and that from Hans too.

Hans ends with ... {\stopcolor\/}}
Tacos with ... {\/\stopcolor}}


Sorry, this is too sophisticated for me to figure out:

Which one is better, i.e. more robust?



Thanks you two!!

Steffen
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