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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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awarded  Enlightened
May
24
awarded  Nice Answer
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
revised How can I fix jumping TikZ pictures in beamer?
Improved solution/documentation after comment
May
22
comment How can I fix jumping TikZ pictures in beamer?
Thanks @Clément :-) Honestly, I almost forgot about this answer because of this newer one, which basically uses the same trick, but with some slight improvements for complex expressions. I probably should add this here as well.
May
21
awarded  Nice Answer
May
20
comment PDF optimization packages/options
Related (may be even duplicate): How to make the PDFs produced by pdflatex smaller.
May
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awarded  Notable Question
May
13
comment Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
@Mico: Almost, I think some more details would be useful. I have edited them in; feel free to reject this edit if you don't like it.
May
13
revised Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
detailed hyphenation issues
May
13
comment Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
Mico, while there are not an issue for my particular use case, the answer would nevertheless profit from mentioning the hyphenation issues Ulrike brought up. Especially the quote from luainputenc can be somewhat misleading, as one would expect the same typographical output.
May
11
comment TikZ- Draw a cooking pot
I love it, this should become a package :-)
May
9
answered Created own theme
May
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comment Created own theme
The error message tells it all! beamer prefixes whatever is passed to \usetheme with beamertheme. Just save your theme as beamerthememyown.sty and \usetheme{myown} will find it.
May
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awarded  Inquisitive
May
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comment Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
Mico, you are the man, luainputenc does indeed the trick! I wasn't aware of the existence of this package before. (Possible minor hyphenation issues are less of a problem in beamer slides, where I typically try hard to avoid any kind of hyphenation.)
May
6
accepted Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
May
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comment Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
"There's a huge and wonderful world related to OpenType and TrueType fonts out there" Yes, I believe that and I am optimistic that one day I would be able to value it as well. However, my current setup is more like this: I have a lecture series with 500+ beamer slides with hand-optimized line breaks. I am totally happy with the current fonts and pdflatex, but for some cool package that requires lua I want to try lualatex. But, please, with as little change as possible to the fonts.
May
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comment Switching to lualatex: How to translate font setups?
@Johannes_B: Sure. However, I am also sure that for most of them some OpenType version also exists, so it should be possible to describe a fontspec setup as well.