Questions tagged [navigation]

about navigation markers and systems in documents such as hyperlinks in PDF documents or structural indicators in presentations.

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Customize frame navigation symbol in beamer

So I'm preparing a beamer presentation with lots of overlays and, in case people ask me to go back and forth, I want to have the option of skipping them mid presentation. The frame navigation button ...
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How can I increase the size of the beamer navigation symbols?

I am helping someone to create a beamer presentation and due to some physical disabilities, they would like to be able to use the beamer navigation symbols on a touchscreen to advance slides, rather ...
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next, previous and up links

This question must have been asked and answered before on this forum, but I can't find the discussion. Sorry. I have a document that has a natural tree structure. So I want "next", "previous" and "up"...
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HTML Navigation

I have a large document written in LaTeX (memoir class) that I also use to produce HTML, using: htlatex.exe "Test.tex" "html,3" "" "Test" "--interaction=nonstopmode" I've been attempting to find a ...
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Navigation through theorems in TexStudio

I am writing a proof with a certain number of lemmas and theorems and I would like to navigate through them easily, via the Structure View. But, only structures (section, subsection, paragraph, ...) ...
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Beamer - Colouring Specific Navigation Circles

I have some frames that are just small increments from previous frames and, as such, I do not wish them to have a distinct navigation circle. I've been able to achieve this by using the method ...
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Hyperref'ing definitions without having to navigate back like in wikipedia

I am currently typing up lecture notes and whenever a import term comes up I place hyperref to it's definition like so: \hyperref[defn:markovChain]{Markov-chain} where I am using the ntheorem ...
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What's an easier way to navigate the compiler view?

ShareLaTeX has 3 columns when a project is open--a menu column on the left, the LaTex code in the middle, and the compiler view on the right. I'm using ShareLaTeX to write my PhD dissertation--a very ...