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accepted Command for a question in Beamer
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comment Command for a question in Beamer
Thank you very much. Using auto-increment (<+->) works for me as you say. I wish it could also be used when I code overlays manually, which sometimes I need to do for more control. But your solution is good enough for most of my uses.
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comment Command for a question in Beamer
Because I want my students to have in front of them the current slide when I ask them the feedback question.
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comment Printing beamer slides?
@MYaseen208: This I don't know. I suppose you could tweak the package. You might ask Guido Diepen.
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answered n-up printing of beamer slides with empty right-hand side
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comment Taking notes while reading a journal paper
@ Simon: I use Linux! I have missed Xournal, I will have a look at it. Thank you for pointing this out.
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answered Merge two PDF files output by LaTeX?
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comment Arrow with text above
No, it doesn't. I only use it with short text that has enough room over the regular \rightarrow (or \longrightarrow). I did not understand from your question that you wanted an stretchable arrow. For that you mighr try tou first build an arrow of the right size, then placing text atop it
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comment Arrow with text above
I use it in this way: \overlim{a.s} or \overlim{p} and the text comes out on top of the arrow.
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answered Arrow with text above