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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/beamer-contrib/beamersubframe

Copyright (c) 2011 Mike Kaufmann
Licence: LPPL

1. What is it
The Beamer SubFrame package provides a method to reorder frames in the
PDF file without reordering the source. Mainly, it is meant to embed or
append frames with details on some subject.

This package is in an early state of development (it's version 0.2).
It is already useful, but there are some restrictions. And although
it's not planned, the user interface may change in the future.

2. Generating beamersubframe.sty
Simply run:    tex beamersubframe.ins

The file beamersubframe.dtx also contains a small example. You will be asked,
if you want to generate it.

3. Making the Documentation
To get contents, cross references and index right, run TeX and makeindex
as follows:

pdflatex beamersubframe.dtx
makeindex -s gind.ist beamersubframe.idx
pdflatex beamersubframe.dtx
pdflatex beamersubframe.dtx

4. Files
README                      this file
beamersubframe.ins          the package
beamersubframe.pdf          the manual
beamersubframe-embed.pdf    pictures used in manual
beamersubframe-embed.svg    source of pictures (inkscape)

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (430.4k).

beam­er­sub­frame – Re­order frames in the PDF file

The pack­age pro­vides a method to re­order frames in the PDF file with­out re­order­ing the source. Its prin­ci­pal use is to em­bed or ap­pend frames with de­tails on some sub­ject.

The au­thor de­scribes the pack­age as “ex­per­i­men­tal”.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainer Mike Kauf­mann
Con­tained inTeX Live as beam­er­sub­frame
MiKTeX as beam­er­sub­frame
Topics slides, beam­ers, hand­outs, etc.
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