I am using a presentation available on Overleaf ["TU Chemnitz Beamer Presentation Template"].

A circle has been created in each slide and through the code shown here the logo is inserted inside the circle (so in all slides). How can I put the logo only in some slides, for example slide number 1 and slide number 5?

Sorry if I'm not clear it's my first time asking

\node  at (logopos) {\includegraphics[width=1\beamer@logoradius]{TUCgraphics/cause.png}} ;
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    This code snippet looks like it's from a bigger tikzpicture. It is very hard to tell what it is doing if we don't have the whole picture. Can you post the complete code?
    – Plergux
    Commented Nov 25, 2020 at 19:29

1 Answer 1


Use the beamer-provided overlay specification for \includegraphics<overlay spec>[<options>]{<image>}:

\node at (logopos) {%

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