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Problem with listings when using line numbers, `name`, and `beamer` overlays

It's is well known that to ensure that a certain <counter> is automatically reset on subsequent slides of a same frame one has to use either \resetcounteronoverlays{<counter>} (for LaTeX ...
4
votes
1answer
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Using counters in macros to manage Beamer overlays

I have a very complex Tikz figure that is uncovered piece by piece during my presentation. While tweaking the presentation I decided to change the order of things being uncovered and due to the large ...
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votes
3answers
738 views

Visual counter for LaTeX?

Does anyone know of a LaTeX package that implements a visual counter similar to the countdown counter of this context-module? It produces images like this: However, I would like to stick to LaTeX ...
5
votes
1answer
138 views

Beamer total slides counter?

Thanks to Change the page number of slides in notes when using | handout: command I can count the slides in a frame. What I would also like is a counter for the total number of slides in a frame. ...
4
votes
2answers
142 views

Reset custom counter in new frame

I'm using a custom counter to cycle bullet point colours in beamer: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{graphicx,color} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[latin9]{inputenc} \usepackage{marvosym} ...
5
votes
1answer
178 views

Problem with counter and \pause

I am trying to create a manual continuation annotation for my presentations (because I need more flexibility than provided by the automatic splitting feature of beamer). What I thought of is, for ...
6
votes
4answers
1k views

Beamer: uncovering itemize so the first slide shows no items at all

How can I achieve in beamer that the first slide of each frame is void (that is, only displays the frametitle)? Suppose I have the following frame: \frame{\frametitle{Title} \begin{itemize} ...
4
votes
1answer
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How can I have Beamer number slides in a frame title?

More or less what it says on the tin: I want something like: \frame{\somecounterforpagenumbers : My Title} I assume there is a built in counter that I can reference here, but I'm not sure what it ...
6
votes
1answer
84 views

Beamer: suffix equivalent frametitles with a counter or index?

I wonder how to suffix equivalent frametitles with a counter or index. So for example, when I would have two slides with the same \frametitle (e.g. "Marvelous title"), it should result in Marvelous ...
3
votes
3answers
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Beamer overlays and counters: compiling loop

I tried to compile \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[english]{babel} \newcounter{xxslide} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \addtocounter{xxslide}{2} \visible<\value{xxslide}>{blabla} ...
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votes
1answer
630 views

Accessing the current overlay number in beamer

For some beamer related code in one of my packages I need to access the current overlay number. I mean the internal number used for things like \only<1>{..}. \only<1>{ Some internal ...
4
votes
1answer
674 views

Don't skip framenumbers in beamer in handout mode

Consider the following beamer example below. Is it possible to adjust this, that Frame 4 has framenumber 3 on the handout (and not 4 in my example). In other words the numbering in the handout should ...
3
votes
2answers
542 views

usage of \only with counter, pdfcomment and beamer class

I cannot manage to get the following command to work. I have a beamer presentation with several slides on a frame. Then I want to use the pdfcomment package to show some comments on the slides. ...
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votes
2answers
323 views

Problems with counters and frame splitting commands and environments in beamer

Using the package gb4e for linguists in the beamer environment in combination with frame splitting commands \pause or environments overprint, I face the following problem: The number are "jumping" ...
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vote
1answer
715 views

How to avoid beamer counter incrementing

In Latex beamer, I've created a handout environment for slides that are for the produced handout only (ie. not to be shown on the viewer). It looks like this: \newenvironment{handout}[2][1]{ ...
5
votes
1answer
883 views

Beamer overlay and counter

I have a counter that I want to use for the beamer \onslide command. Using \newcounter{coun} %.... % \onslide<\coun ->{ ....} doesn't work. What is the correct way to do this?