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Useful notes for some of my answers:

CTAN lion drawing by Duane Bibby.

How do you accept an answer?](http://meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/1852/3954)

minimal working example](http://www.minimalbeispiel.de/mini-en.html)

The demo option for graphicx simply replaces actual figures with black rectangles; do not use that option in your actual document.


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comment Subfigures appear on different lines when one doesn't have caption
You are explicitly controlling the figures' height, most probably this produces their combined width to exceed \textwidth, so an overfull box is produced and you get the undesired result. If you could post the actual images, that would really help us to provide the more sensible advise.
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comment Weird overful vbox message when code and image are overlaid in beamer
@DavidCarlisle I was surprised when I noticed that \color will also prevent the problem. Tomorrow I will do a \tragingall experiment to see if anything shows up or perhaps you have a clue by now?
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comment Modify abstract appearance
@cfr You're right. I've edited my answer. Thanks!
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revised Modify abstract appearance
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answered Modify abstract appearance
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comment Weird overful vbox message when code and image are overlaid in beamer
@Masroor Reply to your first comment: Using \textcolor or \color right before \putimage switches to horizontal mode so the warning disappears.
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comment Weird overful vbox message when code and image are overlaid in beamer
@Masroor Reply to your second comment: again, you will need to leave vertical mode: \begin{frame} \begin{overprint} \onslide<+> \leavevmode\putimage \onslide<+> \putcode \end{overprint} \end{frame}.
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comment Icons in Table of Contents
@LarryTate When you use \iconsectioninToC, the section entries in the ToC automatically will get an associated image. To return to the standrad settings (with no images added), you need to use \stdsectioninToC.
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comment Icons in Table of Contents
@LarryTate You're welcome! Glad I could help.
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answered Weird overful vbox message when code and image are overlaid in beamer
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comment Editing template title page
\par ends the paragraph; since you used a font switch (\Large), using \par before closing the group makes sure that the right baselineskip is applied for the last line; perhaps you don't notice the effect in your specific case, but it's always required to use \par in a situation like yours to get the proper spacing between lines.