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I am writing my thesis' slides. I need to set a subtitle in some slides, but I am using the [allowframebreaks] option and \framebreak.

When I set the \framesubtitle{} after \framebreak, the subtitle is set to all the slides in the \begin{frame}[allowframebreaks] environment and not only in the slide where I set the subtitle.

Is there any way to set the subtitle of only one slide when using allowframebreaks?

Thanks in advance.

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If the subtitle changes which is an indicator that it's a different slide, why not using two different slides? – percusse Aug 22 '12 at 14:46

Wanting a subtitle to change for a slide with forced break seems to me as a non-sense.

The easest and most logical way is to end the first slide completely. The you can start a new one with the same title and a different subtitle.

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