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There is no standard option to do this, but you can create your own preamble file for latexdiff to replace the highlighting commands. All you need to do after a standard run of latexdiff is to copy the lines latexdiff writes in to the header of the diff file and change those that do not fit your style. In your case the command to change is \DIFadd that by ...


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Here is a solution, if anyone is interested: \documentclass{article} %Packages \usepackage{ifdraft} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{changes} %Define Track Changes Author, and Color \definechangesauthor[name={Nick Hamilton}, color=red]{nh} %New 'Remark' command \makeatletter \newcommand{\Changes@Markup@Remark}[1]{\textbf{NOTE TO ED.:} #1} \newcommand{\...


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I think latex-diff can do this. You may need to update to get this particular feature. Basically, something like Torbjørn T.'s answer is implemented as part of latex-diff. There are also some dependencies which are likely not available on Windows. You'll want to do something like latexdiff-vc --git --pdf -r rev file.tex where rev is the hash of the ...



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