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comment Beamer: How to Disable `\pause` Temporarily
@Sigur, John Kormylo: Thank you, too. The handout option seems to be the more elegant solution.
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comment Beamer: How to Disable `\pause` Temporarily
@daleif and Kevin C: Thank you so much, the handout option does the job.
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comment Biblatex: Dont Show Page Numbers When Citing
@moewe, thank you so much. It works perfectly.
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comment Biblatex: Dont Show Page Numbers When Citing
@UlrikeFischer, thanks for your comment. \renewbibmacro{postnote}{} doesnt work. I was about to add a mwe, but moewe outperformed me.
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comment Biblatex: Dont Show Page Numbers When Citing
@darthbith, thanks for your comment. If I want to use the presentation on another occasion again and need the page numbers then, I would have to include them again without further ado. A simple global change in the preamble would make things considerable easier. And thanks for pointing out the typo.
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comment gb4e: A package specific \ref{}-definition
thank you for your comment. I would like to use the command for larger documents that are already existing. So in these documents it would be necessary to search for each \ref{} manually and replace it if it is a exe \ref{}. For future documents it doesnt mean manual adjustment.
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comment gb4e: A package specific \ref{}-definition
Sverre, thank you so much. The attempt is slightly more elegant than the (\ref{}) but it involves a lot of manual replacing still. I was hoping for a solution that will treat the ref{}differently in case it refers to the exe environment.
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