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Meh.


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answered How to include, in beamer handout, a slide exactly as it appears in presentation mode on a particular transition?
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revised Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends
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comment How to include, in beamer handout, a slide exactly as it appears in presentation mode on a particular transition?
I used \slideContent in order to get a new slide number for each transition, but in this case I could have done without that macro and defined the content directly within the frame. However, my problem remains. The thing is that I don't want to change the behavior of handout to be exactly like beamer mode for the entire document. I only want this behavior to be enforced for certain slides; in this case, the second frame and not the first frame.
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comment How to include, in beamer handout, a slide exactly as it appears in presentation mode on a particular transition?
I understand that, but what I'm trying to say is that I have a hundred "\begin{itemize}<[+-]>" on which I would have to do this change - these slides contains complicated TikZ figures, where I heavily make use of <...> in order to make nodes appear and disappear - and therefore I'm wonder if there is some other way of achieving the same effect, but with much fewer augmentations.
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comment How to include, in beamer handout, a slide exactly as it appears in presentation mode on a particular transition?
But then I have to write this at each and every overlay specification. And as I said, there are like a hundred of them, so I really don't want to have to do that. Is there no way of just saying "Hey! On this slide you should generated the handout exactly as you did in beamer mode"?
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asked How to include, in beamer handout, a slide exactly as it appears in presentation mode on a particular transition?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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accepted How to refer to a word inside a running text as a TikZ coordinate?
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accepted Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
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comment Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
Ingenious! Can't believe it was that simple. =)
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asked Why does not `\spaceskip` work inside a TikZ node?
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comment How to refer to a word inside a running text as a TikZ coordinate?
Ah, this fixed the problem! Although now I have another problem, but I'll post that as a new question since it's sort of orthogonal to this problem...
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comment How to refer to a word inside a running text as a TikZ coordinate?
@percusse: Well, first of all, I didn't know about it. =) But after having a look it seems that there's no way to wrap some text in order to refer to the whole thing. Sometimes I want to be able to add a circle around it without affect it's position in the text. If you know of a way of achieving this with tikzmark, please write it as an answer. =)
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reviewed Approve Starting text a set distance from the margin
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asked How to refer to a word inside a running text as a TikZ coordinate?
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