I'm trying to write a Hebrew beamer presentation. I found some very nice template that actually worked from the box (which you can find in this very link, source and author's compiled output) but there are two problems, where my compiled output disagrees with the above:
The first is that the list is flushed to the left (even if it aligned to the right), and this doesn't change even if I enclose it in a
The theorem (second frame) shows up with the title "Theorem" or its Hebrew counterpart defined there. Regardless to any modification and removal of words.
However, if I disable the theme (
Warsaw, and other similar to it) then it works out just peachy (It also works with
Hannover-like themes). But there is no box to contain the theorem as usual.
Is there an easy way to overcome this (except not preparing Hebrew presentations with Beamer)?
If it's any relevance, I'm using Arch Linux and texlive; but the problem persists on my Windows 8.1 tablet with MiKTeX (latest).
I managed to correct the second issue by using the
Rochester theme. But I'd like to understand how this can be solved for other themes like the
The first issue is somewhat more adamant.