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I am writing a document which includes several figures done in tikz and I want to use the same color in all of them. Currently, I am defining all of them in each file as \definecolor{LightBlue}{HTML}{dae8fc} for example. I would like to have a library with all the colors defined for all .tikz files.

I have a tikzlibrarymycolors.code.tex file with:

\definecolor{lightBlue}{HTML}{dae8fc}
\definecolor{darkBlue}{HTML}{6c8ebf}
\definecolor{darkGreen}{HTML}{82b366}
\definecolor{ligthGreen}{HTML}{d5e8d4}

And for each figure I include \usetikzlibrary{mycolors}. However, I get the error Package tikz: I did not find the tikz library 'mycolors'. I looked for files named tikzlibrarymycolors.code.tex and pgflibrarymycolors.code.tex, but neither could be found in the current texmf trees.

I want to keep this library just locally to the current document. Do I need to build the texmf tree? I am using [https://tug.org/texlive/quickinstall.html][1]

Thanks for the help. [1]: https://tug.org/texlive/quickinstall.html

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