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                       ifmslide.sty v0.47 (FINAL)
             Powerful presentations with PDFLaTeX and LaTeX

                       Initially provided for the
                    Institute of Mechanics, AGIV (ifm)
              University of Technology Darmstadt, Germany.

            This package shouldn't be used anymore, please
                  switch to the beamer-class instead!
             Author: Thomas Emmel <thomas@family-emmel.de>


This is README.txt, last changed December 13, 2010

Background of ifmslide:
Make presentations not only for the screen or a beamer (pdflatex) but
for printed slides (latex) as well without changing too much* in your document
and without problems getting any well sized print-format.

(*only add the display option...)

README.txt ........... this file

ifmslide.sty ......... the style file
ifmslide.cfg ......... it's configuration

ifmman.dvi ........... the documentation and samples

button??.[pdf,eps] ... buttons for use with the style
genbutton ............ perl-script to generate new buttons

ifmlogoc.[pdf,eps] ... The non-official logo of our institute ;-)

              ........ two "tiles" out of KDE as example for 
                       the \paneltile-command


All documentation is currently in ifmman.tex
To get a readable version, just use pdflatex ifmman.tex, or take
it from your favorite tex-server...


Use the environment variable TEXPSHEADERS in addition to TEXINPUTS
if files like graphics are not found with pdflatex.


The bundle is placed under the LaTeX Project Public License 
(macros/latex/base/lppl.txt on CTAN).

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (552.5k).

ifm­slide – Pre­sen­ta­tion slides for screen and print­outs

This pack­age is used to pro­duce printed slides with and on­line pre­sen­ta­tions with pdf. It is pro­vided by the ‘In­sti­tute of Me­chan­ics’ (ifm) Univ. of Tech­nol­ogy Darm­stadt, Ger­many. It is based on ideas of pdf­s­lide, but com­pletely rewrit­ten for com­pat­i­bil­ity with tex­power and sem­i­nar. The man­ual de­scribes all func­tions and pro­vides a sam­ple.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.2
Copy­right2000–2001 Thomas Em­mel
Main­tainerThomas Em­mel
Con­tained inTeX Live as ifm­slide
MiKTeX as ifm­slide
Topics slides, beam­ers, hand­outs, etc.
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