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This is not about beamer, but you could use the Firefox built in PDF Reader. It also has a fullscreen/presentation mode. With this bookmarklet, you can add a red laser cursor (encoded as a data URI in the code): javascript:void%20function(){document.head.innerHTML+=%22%3Cstyle%3E%20*%20%20{%20cursor:%20url(data:image/png;base64,...


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if the .bib file size less than 25MB, you can try bibtex-converter, which I wrote, to convert the list of references BibTeX to a pdf.


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The default conversion for PDF->GIMP is 100 DPI which is inadequate, but can easily be modified (600 DPI). The following image was obtained by deleting everything that wasn't red. (Tools->Selection Tools->Select by Color, Select->Invert, Edit->Clear). The background is transparent, so you can overlap the two images. \documentclass{...


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I didn't find how to make the yaml template work so I used @Clément's options as CLI parameters: pandoc --pdf-engine xelatex \ […] -V header-includes:'\usepackage[export]{adjustbox} \let\includegraphicsbak\includegraphics \renewcommand*{\includegraphics}[2][]{\includegraphicsbak[frame,#1]{#2}}'


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\newpage \thispagestyle{empty} \mbox{} \newpage newpage can be generated with the use of \mbox{}. Use this where there is a need for blank pages. Ref: Latex how to insert a blank or empty page


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So for anyone looking for an answer to this. I have found that the easiest way is actually not to try doing everything in one programme but rather use other programmes to get you there What I mean by that is the fact, that is a lot easier if you just export either as EPS or PDF (even without the box) and just use a vector graphic editing software such as ...


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Not having all the information I need, but assuming you are using PDF graphics exported from MATLAB, I suggest you the following: export EPS graphics instead of PDF (in common fashion) ensure that you have all needed fonts (font packages) installed in your up-to-date TeX distribution (e.g. MiKTeX) epstopdf will take care of embedding all fonts More ...


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Exporting to SVG format will help to preserve all data intact, then add it directly to LateX.


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EDIT: See solution 2 for the real cause, and solution. The passing of options from one class to another one (that is used to implement the first class) seems to be slightly changed in the 2021 distribution. The document class elife.cls uses the document class extarticle for its implementation, but it uses a method of passing its options, that isn't ...


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I found following solution: --- title: "Doc-Title" lang: "de" colorlinks: true header-includes: - | ```{=latex} \usepackage{pdflscape} \newcommand{\blandscape}{\begin{landscape}} \newcommand{\elandscape}{\end{landscape}} ``` ... in your markdown use: \blandscape |header1|header2|header3| |:------|:------|-----...


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The package uses a slightly unusual calling of \newgeometry in a \AtBeginDocument that has (I think) been affected by the rationalisation of hook code in recent latex relases. You can instruct latex to apply this earlier so the baseline doesn't get over-written by changing line 128 of the package so it looks like % set page geometry \ifx\DeclareHookRule\@...


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Yes, in certain conditions. Running Texlive on Linux does permit you to include password protected PDFs with XeLaTeX, without needing the password, but the same setup on Windows does not. On Windows it fails with : xdvipdfmx:fatal: Image inclusion failed for "XXXX.pdf". No output PDF file written.


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