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accepted How to overlap images in a beamer slide?
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comment How to overlap images in a beamer slide?
All answers here are great, but I'm marking this one as accepted because that's the one I've actually used.
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comment How to overlap images in a beamer slide?
Two solutions: use \uncover or \onslide - tex.stackexchange.com/questions/9094/… - tex.stackexchange.com/questions/21512/…
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comment How to overlap images in a beamer slide?
I'm trying this, but adding \pause inside tikzpicture will prevent beamer from adding the slide footer. Any idea about how to fix it?
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comment How to overlap images in a beamer slide?
Those coordinates (10,50) and (100,30) are measured in what unit?
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revised Using \ttfamily with \bfseries (or how to enable bold in fixed-width font)
Added comments to the source code. It makes easier to find the relevant lines when in a hurry.
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accepted Using \ttfamily with \bfseries (or how to enable bold in fixed-width font)
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comment Using \ttfamily with \bfseries (or how to enable bold in fixed-width font)
Both answers are good. I'm accepting the other one because it seems to allow more fine-grained control. But, still, if I could I would accept these two answers.