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accepted Is there a command to define a “virtual file” in a tex document
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comment Is there a command to define a “virtual file” in a tex document
Defining a new macro / command works actually well for my case, thanks for that :) Seems like I had an XY-Problem...
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asked Is there a command to define a “virtual file” in a tex document
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accepted KOMA-Script: Adjust text region based on header height
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answered beamer: grouping elements together
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accepted Missing values in pgfplots with error bars
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accepted Getting rid of a thin framing line when shading a triangle
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comment Getting rid of a thin framing line when shading a triangle
@BenediktBauer, thanks, I updated the information.
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comment Getting rid of a thin framing line when shading a triangle
@ClaudioFiandrino, yes, this works well.
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asked Getting rid of a thin framing line when shading a triangle
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comment How to pause figures in beamer
@Baduel I don't think it is possible with \includegraphics, as beamer does not know how to make the image semitransparent. That is in fact why you saw both images in your first version. You can try drawing a tikz picture instead of using \includegraphics, and it should show semitransparent even in your first code version.
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answered How to pause figures in beamer