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comment Comprehensive List of LaTeX Packages
The full alphabetical list on CTAN is also nice when you have a bunch of packages to download: ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/entries (you can easily search a package by its name using your browser's Ctrl-F shortcut or similar).
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revised Thumbnails of other frames in beamer
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comment Thumbnails of other frames in beamer
@William Okay, I fixed the bug (recent versions of beamer made the command \insertsectionhead insert hyperlinks instead of just the text, which can't be written to the aux file, so I had to use \secname instead). I also included a few improvements and bugfixes. Note it'll crash badly (you'll have to erase the .aux and friends to recover from that) if you insert any "advanced punctuation", accents or fragile commands in the frame title. To circumvent that, you can provide a \thumbframetitle without weird stuff (and leave weird stuff in the regular frame title). I hope to fix it someday.
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revised Thumbnails of other frames in beamer
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comment Thumbnails of other frames in beamer
@William I think the code is a bit old and has a few bugs, so I'll look into it tomorrow.
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comment Thumbnails of other frames in beamer
Your changes are nice, however I prefer specifying along with the frame's definition itself which frames should be displayed in the index using \begin{onethumb}[2]…\end{onethumb}, rather than giving arbitrary frame numbers. When using your solution, if I insert a new frame somewhere in the presentation (or a new "subframe" using beamer's overlays), then I'll have to increment accordingly some of the frame numbers passed to the \usepackage….
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