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Here's a simple way. Note that it's probably best to vary themes of the same general layout. This document will change themes approximately every time you compile it. \documentclass{beamer} \makeatletter \pgfmathsetseed{\the\pdf@elapsedtime} % remove this if using XeTeX \makeatother ...

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Allow me to quote the Beamer User Guide (section 9.6.4): The effect of the +-sign is the following: You can use it in any overlay specification at any point where you would usually use a number. If a +-sign is encountered, it is replaced by the current value of the LaTeX counter beamerpauses, which is 1 at the beginning of the frame. Then the ...

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you could load the ragged2e package and add a \justifying at the end of the block begin template: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{ragged2e} %new code \usetheme{default} \addtobeamertemplate{block begin}{}{\justifying} %new code \begin{document} \begin{frame}{Test} \begin{block}{Test} The brown fox jumped over the lazy dog. ...

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the wasy fonts are more likely to be installed in most installations of Tex. \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb, amsthm} \usepackage{wasysym} \begin{document} \frame{ \begin{align*} [\text{\lightning}] \end{align*} } \end{document} Incidentally I found that just by drawing the character:

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The definition of \blitza in ulsy.sty is \newcommand{\blitza}{{\usefont{U}{ulsy}{m}{n}\symbol{'011}}} which clearly means it's a symbol just for text mode. In math mode \usefont does nothing at all, so what is executed is equivalent to {\symbol{'011}} which is just the same as {\char'011\relax} and the rules of TeX say that this will be the symbol in ...

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You can achieve this with the command \setbeamertemplate{caption}{\insertcaption} Put this line in the preamble if you want this behavior for all your captions, or inside the specific float if you want it to be local. MWE \documentclass[10pt,t]{beamer} \usetheme{default} \setbeamertemplate{caption}{\insertcaption} \begin{document} \begin{frame} ...

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The problem is in the fact that positioning redefines the above key which is used by moderntimeline to position the text over the timeline. Here are two patches that could solve your problem. One is to redefine the macro \tl@textstartabove using \def and not using \pgfmathsetmacro as is done in moderntimeline.sty: \def\tl@textstartabove{\tl@width+1pt} ...

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\documentclass[preview,border=12pt,12pt]{standalone} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} D = \Bigg\{ (x,y) \bigg|\, \bigg\{ \! \begin{aligned} & 2x-y=1 \\ & x+4y=5 \end{aligned} \Bigg\} \end{document} Smaller gap \documentclass[preview,border=12pt,12pt]{standalone} ...

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I found a solution myself! This question here is about the same problem in its core. This is how you can achieve what I was looking for: \newcommand{\btVFill}{\vskip0pt plus 1filll} % Title page \defbeamertemplate*{title page}{pure}[1][]{ \btVFill % \vskip5.5cm \begin{beamercolorbox}[wd=11cm,leftskip=3cm]{rule} ...

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If there are no slides between part x and part (x+1), then you can use the current page number minus the page where subsection starts plus 1. The following macro does the calculation: \newcommand\subsectnum{% (part~\number\numexpr \insertpagenumber-\insertsubsectionstartpage+1\relax)% } Full Code \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Berlin} ...

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The command is error for your \resizebox. Should be \resizebox{xxcm}{!} { % ! keep the aspectratio with xx width, no need to use width=xx. \begin{tabular}... \end{tabular} } Also \scalebox from graphicx works too. \scalebox{0.7}{ \begin{tabular}... \end{tabular} } Code \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{graphicx} ...

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This is a bug in tdclock: Whenever two documents with active clocks are opened at the same time in AdobeReader, at least one of them doesn't render the clock correctly. Another annoyance is the shaded background of working clocks. This can be fixed by setting the text fields readonly in tdclock.sty. To fix both issues, you can either apply the patch ...

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The .sty file for the theme you mentioned is very well commented, and so it's easy to change colors of the elements. To change the background color to OliveGreen, first add the option dvipsnames to the Beamer class, so that you can use this name for the color. Next, go into the .sty file of RJH theme, locate the part whose color you'd like to change, say % ...

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Maybe with some additional justification, but the idea should be clear. \documentclass[CJK]{beamer} \usepackage{beamerthemesplit} \usepackage{CJK,CJKnumb} \usepackage[english]{babel} \begin{document} \begin{CJK*}{GBK}{song} \begin{frame} \frametitle{ %Set\\$D=\left\{(x,y)\Big|,\begin{cases} Set\\$D=\left\{(x,y)\Big|, \Bigl\{ \begin{array}{@{}r} % 2x-y=1 ...

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When you do \usepackage[turkish]{babel} the symbol = has its catcode set to 13 (active). This causes problems with arguments such as width=\textwidth. You can prevent this behaviour by doing \usepackage[turkish,shorthands=off]{babel} Alternatively, if shorthands are important to you, you can temporarily switch them off. This only worked for me if I placed ...

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You forgot to load the appropriate TikZ libraries. Add \usetikzlibrary{chains,arrows,decorations.pathreplacing} to the preamble, and the code compiles. If you want to scale a tikzpicture, you can add options transform shape,scale=<factor>, to the tikzpicture environment. For example, \begin{tikzpicture}[ transform shape,scale=.5, ...

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When you call a \color<overlay>[colorsys]{color} command that changes the color from then on (within the current group) as it takes as argument only the color specification and not the content that needs to be colored. What happens here is that the sub-itemizes are in their own color environment so they are not affected by your command; instead the ...

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Go to the layout textbox (the one in the upper left that says "Standard" if you are not in any special layout, use alt+p as a shortcut to open it). Select Columns (top aligned). press return. Go to the layout textbox and select "Column". press tab. Press ctrl + l (or Insert > TeX Code) to put a width (e.g. .4\textwidth). press return. Write some text for ...

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As karlkoeller mentioned, you can do this by using \vspace or \bigskip. For example: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Berlin} \useoutertheme{miniframes} %Titelbalken \setbeamertemplate{blocks}[rounded][shadow=true] %Packages \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb, amsthm} \newenvironment{te bewijzen}[1][] {\textbf{Te bewijzen:} #1} \newenvironment{bewijs}[1]{ ...

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