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comment How to get rid of navigation symbols in beamer?
Haha!!! As I said, I wanted to get rid of the symbols anyway, I just thought I shouldn't be spending too much time on aesthetics at that point. My supervisor is excellent, the most knowledgeable in the department, and I think his "being fussy" with these little things make him an even better supervisor! And vanden, he did give me all sorts of feedback, from aesthetics, to structure of the presentation, contents, etc, and he even wrote all the comments himself as he was making them to me in person!
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comment How to get rid of navigation symbols in beamer?
I like this option better :)
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comment Is there a way to add a timer to a Beamer presentation?
by the way, the link for the resulting pdf is actually the manual. I compiled the demo tex file and got the presentation, but yeah, the clock doesn't work with neither Preview nor Skim.
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comment Is there a way to add a timer to a Beamer presentation?
I don't have adobe, and would rather not have to install it. I opened your pdf file and I can see no clock... Thanks for the answer, I believe this will be the one, I just want to wait in case there are other options.
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comment Is there any way to get real-time compilation for LaTeX?
whizzytex gives real time compilation. Yeah, it is a bit slow as I said, but it works! And I think I have seen somewhere that there is a linux editor that has built-in real-life compilation. In any case, your answer was excellent and very useful!
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comment Is there any way to get real-time compilation for LaTeX?
As I said in a comment to another answer, this is really not what I am after. I want something that compiles without having to do anything, not even save the file. I want an on-the-fly compiler. Thanks for the answer, I am sure it will be useful for someone :)
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comment Is there any way to get real-time compilation for LaTeX?
Thanks for the answer, but this is really not what I am looking for. I want something that will do it on the fly, without having to prompt it to do it. The way it is for me now, the effort to save and to compile my document is the same (C-x C-s or C-c C-c) and once I compile it my viewer updates the file.
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asked Is there a way to add a timer to a Beamer presentation?
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asked How to get rid of navigation symbols in beamer?
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comment Is there any way to get real-time compilation for LaTeX?
@Charles: this information is potentially life-changing for me! I spent hours, days, looking for anything like that, but couldn't find. I got a friend to try and compile it in Fedora but he couldn't make it work even there!! The problem is, I have never compiled anything, and I don't even know where to start. Those instructions (if they apply to OSX as you say, because that isn't clear to me) are too advanced for me. I don't know what dependencies are either. But again, I thank you for the tip. I will hassle someone to help me try the process :)
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revised What do I need in order to use TeX on Windows as an eventual replacement for Word?
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asked Is there any way to get real-time compilation for LaTeX?
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comment LaTeX Editors/IDEs
I really don't like LyX, but I don't think that this is grounds to downvote you :)
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revised Does it matter if I use \textit or \it, \bfseries or \bf, etc
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accepted How can I change the colour of my document's section numbering?
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revised How can I change the margins for only part of the text?
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answered How can I change the margins for only part of the text?
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answered What packages do people load by default in LaTeX?