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I am using the Dresden scheme. I know how to remove the symbols with

\setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{}
\setbeamertemplate{mini frames}{}

but there is still a space left below the section. How do I eliminate it? The upper bar in the header is supposed to have the same height as the lower bar in the header.

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Does this tex.stackexchange.com/q/686/14757 help you? –  Sigur Oct 18 '13 at 23:08
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The beamer theme Dresden uses a so-called mini frame navigation, i. e. little circles each representing one slide. With \setbeamertemplate{mini frames}{}, you can remove these, but the space is still occupied:

headline without mini frames, but with spurious space

To get rid of this gap, you have two possibilities:

  1. Remove all \subsection commands from your presentation. Mini frames are only created if there is a subsection present.

  2. Add \renewcommand*{\slideentry}[6]{} to the preamble of your document (the part between \documentclass{beamer} and \begin{document}). This empties the internal beamer macro responsible for generating the mini frames and the space around them:

    \documentclass{beamer}
    
    \usetheme{Dresden}
    \setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{}
    \setbeamertemplate{mini frames}{}
    \renewcommand*{\slideentry}[6]{}
    
    \begin{document}
    \section{Section 1}
    \subsection{Subsection 1}
    \frame{}\frame{}\frame{}
    \subsection{Subsection 2}
    \frame{}\frame{}
    \section{Section 2}
    \subsection{Subsection 1}
    \frame{}\frame{}
    \subsection{Subsection 2}
    \frame{}\frame{}\frame{}\frame{}\frame{}\frame{}
    \end{document}
    

    same headline as above, but without empty gap

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Thank you for this fast and excellent answer. 2. worked perfectly. –  user38510 Oct 23 '13 at 18:51
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