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I am using Singapore theme in beamer and I would like to have the title of the subsections appearing next to the corresponding bullets, in the header. Would anyone have a suggestion on how to proceed ? I am a rather naive LaTeX user...

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Welcome to TeX.sx! – Andrew Swann Nov 30 '12 at 13:11

The Singapore style loads the outertheme miniframes with the option subsection=false. To change this you have to turn on an internal variable in beamer by running the command \beamer@theme@subsectiontrue. As this name includes the sign @ you need to enclose this in a \makeatletter / \makeatother pair as below:






Sample output

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Wow, much better, thanks a lot (and thanks for the explanations :-) ) ! That could do the trick... However, I had something else in mind, like, say : subsection 1 ooo subsection 2 oo subsection 3 ooooo instead of : ooo oo ooooo Would you think that would be doable ? If not, I'd be perfectly happy with your solution, anyway ! Marc – user22744 Nov 30 '12 at 13:39
Unfortunately, I don't see a simple way to do that. – Andrew Swann Nov 30 '12 at 15:11
OK, thanks a lot for your help, it really makes a difference for me :-) – user22744 Dec 3 '12 at 20:35

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