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I am using Torino beamer style to make a presentation in latex.

If one sets a parameter titlepagelogo to an existing image it appears to show that image as a logo on a front page but on a left side. Is there a way to move this logo to the right side?

\usetheme[pageofpages=/,% String used between the current page and the
                         % total page count.
          bullet=square,% Use circles instead of squares for bullets.
          titleline=true,% Show a line below the frame title.
          alternativetitlepage=true,% Use the fancy title page.
          titlepagelogo=sup1.jpg,% Logo for the first page.
          watermark= %loga/odwaga2,% Watermark/znak wodny uzywany na kazdej stronie-mozna zostawic pusty
          watermarkheight=60pt,% Height of the watermark.
          watermarkheightmult=6 % The watermark image is 8times bigger
                                % than watermarkheight.
          ]{Torino}
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You could copy the whole Torino theme folder under another name (for example Torun), put this Torun folder at a place where you tex distro will find it (the best would be the appropriate subfolder from your personnal folder, texmf/tex/latex/beamer if you are using texlive), and finally change some lines in Torun's beamerinnerthemefancy.sty file. In the original file you have:

\begin{columns}
 \ifx\beamer@fancy@titlepagelogo\@empty%
      \column{\textwidth}
  \else
      \column{.5\textwidth}
          % Logo.
          \begin{centering}
              \vbox{}\vfill
              \includegraphics[height=.4\paperheight]{\beamer@fancy@titlepagelogo}
              \vfill
          \end{centering}
      \column{.5\textwidth}
   \fi

Change it to:

\begin{columns}
  \ifx\beamer@fancy@titlepagelogo\@empty%
      \column{\textwidth}
  \else
      \column{.5\textwidth}
      \column{.5\textwidth}
          % Logo.
          \begin{centering}
              \vbox{}\vfill
              \includegraphics[height=.4\paperheight]{\beamer@fancy@titlepagelogo}
              \vfill
          \end{centering}
   \fi

This should work (of course change Torino to Torun in your preamble). An even better thing to do would be to introduce a new option and submit it to the authors. I will try to create it.

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  • I wanted to change the order of author with the logo - this does not work as I expected but now I know where to dig :) thanks – Marcin Kosiński Oct 12 '15 at 17:21
  • I've change the order of columns in that place :) – Marcin Kosiński Oct 12 '15 at 17:26
  • Also You don't Have to add Another Column. You can resize the size of the first one :) – Marcin Kosiński Oct 12 '15 at 17:41

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