Color Coding: why does pink mean both "Kanji" and "Apprentice"?

Sorry, a bit offtopic, but I’m just curious why did you use such an elaborate way to make text colorful instead of \color{#FF00AA}\text{a simpler way like this?}

Right. They’re shades of the same color. If you use the Photoshop dropper, you can easily verify this.

By the way, I don’t want to come across as too critical. This site is, on the whole, a wonder: this is one of my few issues.

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I defined the color in case I wanted to use it again. I used \small so that the text would be approximately the right size, and \textsf to get rid of the serifs

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I see, thank you!

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I’m not arguing with you. I’m saying that they are literally the same color

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Ha — no we’re not arguing; we’re agreeing.

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That’s because an apprentice studies kanji. A master studies paticles.
I’m sorry if you were hoping for a serious answer.

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So, then, is there a script or something to customise colours…?

You could download breeze dark and adapt the colours for kanji, radicals and vocab independently?

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Good idea, and I tried it out and looked at the code etc, but it seems a bit complicated for me. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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