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accepted Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
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revised Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
added 376 characters in body
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comment Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
Yes it worked. Thanks. The arrow comes in from the left margin, can it be made to come in from the right margin?
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comment Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
It fails to compile if there is a punctuation mark inside the flower brackets. Something like this: \arrowthis{There, is}{Corot}
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asked Simple speech bubbles, arrows or balloon like shapes in beamer
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comment Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text
Yes, it worked.
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comment Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text
That worked as well. If you don't mind I need one more feature. The \printbibliography prints all the entries on one slide. So only 4 items are visible and rest (about 10) are invisible. Can there be an option to display a limited number of items, and rest pushed to the next slides.
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accepted Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text
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comment Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text
It works well. One small change needs to be done. MLA does not invert author's name in footnote citation. So all the entries show author names as they are (without inversion). Let the \fullbibcite command remain as it is, because I can use it to show how footnote citations appear. So there should be another command to show entires with inverted author names.
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comment Displaying selected bibliographic items in the body of the text
+1 for making my question more clear.