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ffslides – Freeform slides based on the article class

The ff­s­lides ("freeform slides") class is in­tended to make it eas­ier to place var­i­ous types of con­tent freely on the page, and there­fore eas­ier to de­sign doc­u­ments with a strong vi­sual com­po­nent: pre­sen­ta­tions, posters, re­search or lec­ture notes, and so on.

The goal of the class is to be less rigid and less com­plex than some of the pop­u­lar pre­sen­ta­tion-mak­ing op­tions. It is es­sen­tially a small set of macros added to the ar­ti­cle class. A well-or­ga­nized tem­plate file is in­cluded, and the doc­u­men­ta­tion is it­self an ex­ten­sive ex­am­ple of the class's ca­pa­bil­i­ties.

Ver­sion 2015-11-19
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2015 Mark A. Wolters
Main­tainerMark A. Wolters
Con­tained inTeX Live as ff­s­lides

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