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You can pass the [t] option to the class like \documentclass[t]{beamer} so that all frames are top aligned. If any frame needs to be center aligned then use \begin{frame}[c] (or [b] for bottom alignment) to that single frame. \documentclass[t]{beamer} \begin{document} \begin{frame} Some text \end{frame} \begin{frame} Again some more ...


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From the beamer's official documentation: When beamer typesets your text, it is always in one of the following five modes: beamer is the default mode. second is the mode used when a slide for an optional second screen is being typeset. handout is the mode for creating handouts. trans is the mode for creating transparencies. article is the ...


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When giving a presentation, do try to anticipate what the audience is supposed to take away from your talk. What do you want the members to remember ten minutes after the talk ends, let alone two days, or two weeks, after the talk has ended? Do you think there's any chance at all that they'll remember the contents of the full table? If the chance of this ...


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One way is to define a new command which takes as arguments the frame content before the image, the file name of the image and, optionally, any frame content following the image. So that these can be specified in their natural order, I use xparse's \NewDocumentCommand to define \fitimage{<content before>}{<image file name>}[<content ...


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The LaTeX3 "clist" data type can be used as an Array-like container of arbitrary data. A clist variable is initialised from a comma separated list. Individual elements are accessed by index: \documentclass[spanish,10pt]{beamer} \usepackage[ansinew]{inputenc} % Language = Spanish % \usepackage{color} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{hyperref} ...


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You have to be a little careful in mixing up \pause and <n-m> commands as beamer is not always able to work out what you want. One nice trick is that \pause[5] tells beamer that pause should start counting from the slide 5 on-wards. Another nice trick is that many commands, including \item, accept the <n-m> modifiers, which allows you to ...


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Here a solution taken from this answer, we replace scale=0.3 with width=\linewidth to fit box. \documentclass[10pt]{beamer} \usetheme{Warsaw} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{}%remove navigation symbols \setbeamercovered{transparent} \makeatother \title{title} \begin{document} \begin{frame} ...


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Nesting tikzpictures generally spells trouble. Sometimes it works, but you can't complain they didn't warn you if it breaks. Therefore, it should be considered only as a last resort. In this case, the code is safer and simpler if the tikzmark library is used to support the \subnode{}{} syntax. The first argument is the name. The second the content. Note ...


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With \NewEnviron{myframe}[1][]{...} you are declaring that myframe has an optional argument (default empty), so when you use \begin{myframe}{TITLE} the value of #1 is empty. The title is there, but it's empty. You can prove it by changing \NewEnviron{myframe}[1][]{% into \NewEnviron{myframe}[1][Hey!]{% and you'll see “Hey!” in the title place. You ...


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You need to install the institute in head/foot color; for example: \setbeamercolor{institute in head/foot}{fg=black} You need to redefine the footline template used by the Ilmenau; I marked the line were the change was made using %<- here. You have several possible (all of them basic) modifications for the sections/subsections in toc allowing you to ...



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