A Template for university presentations using LaTeX-Beamer class
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README.md

XeLaTeX Beamer Template

Because all of the predefined beamer themes are overloaded with mostly useless stuff I decided to make my own minimalistic beamer theme.

Requiremenets

Tools:

  • xelatex
  • biber
  • makeglossaries

Fonts:

  • Linux Biolinum
  • Linux Libertine
  • Consolas

Packages:

  • see content/misc/preamble.tex
  • I've installed the texlive-most meta-package on Arch, but texlive-full for ubuntu should also include all the needed packages

Presentation Setup

The author, title, department etc. has to be set in content/misc/variables.tex.

Build

Simply call make. This will call make.sh subsequently which rsyncs your content in the build directory and copies the generated pdf's to the output folder afterwards. The rsync step is done to prevent your content folder from being cluttered with countless of auxiliary files. If you don't have cmake and rsync try to install a reasonable operating system ;).

Features

  • The titleframe will only show the section or subsection, depending where you are in the presentation
  • With the \plaintextframe command you can set up a plain frame with a message vertically and horizontally centered, f.e. a Questions slide
  • Bibliography and glossary support
  • A build script that prevents your content from being cluttered with auxiliary files

todo

  • plain frame command
  • convert theme to sty files read

Preview