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If you need to declare the macro with one or two parameters \vecbi{A} or \vecbi{B}{s}, then you have to say what is the signal of the presence of second parameter. For example the signal is the open { used immediately after the first parameter without space between them. Then you can use this: \def\vecbi#1{\def\tmp{#1}\futurelet\next\vecbiA} ...


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The command \vecbi should be defined without arguments: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,bm} \makeatletter \newcommand\vecbi{\@ifstar\vecbiu\vecbin} \newcommand\vecbiu[2]{\bm{#1}_{\textnormal{#2}}} \newcommand\vecbin[1]{\bm{#1}} \makeatother \begin{document} $\vecbi*{A}{s} * \vecbi{A}$ \end{document} I have replaced the obsolete \boldsymbol ...


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Use an empty optional argument for the optional argument of \AtBeginSection, as in \AtBeginSection[]%<- do nothing for starred sections {\frame{\sectionpage}} A complete example: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{Ilmenau} \defbeamertemplate*{section page}{ifttheme}%[1][] {\vbox{}\vskip-3.2cm% ...


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The manual is misleading or at least unclear. The starred versions do not prevent the acronyms from being written to the list of acronyms. Usage in this context means usage as far as the \ac macro is concerned (also, but this is probably not a good choice and maybe I should change it) as far as the single=true option is concerned. If you want to ensure that ...



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