I am using
blindtext package to draw out how the layout of the document will look like and then swapping the "dummy" parts with real text. Problem is that I would like to give some style to these text blocks to visually differentiate them from already written text.
I used simply:
which worked fine until I wanted to add some arguments or use
\Blindtext, which internally calls
\blindtext with arguments.
I found several possibilities to handle optional arguments using
\NewDocumentCommand, but none of them was enough descriptive. And I still have some blind believe it must be possible to do using standard
\renewcommand. I also believe that this will be useful for more people so I am asking new question.
What is the correct way of styling
blindtext, for example adding