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Add a space after itemize only if no text follows

Would this do? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enumitem} \setlength{\parskip}{10ex} \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} \newenvironment{enumerateD}{\begin{enumerate}[topsep=-\parskip]} {\end{enumerate}\...
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In LaTeX beamer, show subitems one by one

To uncover the subitems one by one, you can use <+->. If you would like your first subitem to appear on the same slide as World, you can modify this to <+(-1)->: \documentclass{beamer} \...'s user avatar
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Align items horizontally to equation above

As you are anyway using a table for the explanation, why not make the whole equation part of the table? \documentclass[10pt,usenames,dvipsnames]{beamer} \usepackage{tabularray} \UseTblrLibrary{counter}...'s user avatar
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How to define font to the current frame font size

The first level item will automatically be in the surrounding font size, so just do nothing. For the second and third level items, you can overwrite the default beamer font like this: \documentclass{...'s user avatar
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Letf align item name in itemize

Next time please give a minimal working sample. I advise you to use the description environment which could be revised to get the desired output by the enumitem package. See the following MWS. By the ...
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Beamer default overlay: show subitem at the same time as the item

I was also trying to figure out how to do this. I don't have a full solution, but this at least is an improvement for large outlines. Add [<.->] to each sublist. Then all subitems will appear ...
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