[OS X TeX] Hand-Writing Style Mathematical Formula for Keynote Blackboard Theme?

Michael S. Hanson mshanson at wesleyan.edu
Fri Jul 29 16:57:04 CEST 2005


On Jul 29, 2005, at 9:49 AM, Gary L. Gray wrote:

>>     Is such a thing possible??  In particular, I would like to have 
>> PDF equations "attached" to bulleted text in a list, and have the 
>> list build in "by bullet".  Right now, I see no way to place an 
>> equation image in-line with bulleted text and have it build in 
>> correctly -- the equations show up either before or after all the 
>> bullet points in the list.  Is what I'm after possible?
>
> I build everything except the slide title in LaTeX (via LaTeXiT), so I 
> can integrate equations in bulleted lists without any trouble. You 
> will see this in the sample slides I posted (they don't contain 
> bulleted lists, but I can readily add a slide with one).

	Hmm.  At the risk of asking you to do more work, I for one would be 
interested in seeing such a slide.  I tend to use Keynote schemes that 
were given away to .Mac account holders some time back (such as 
"Frames" <http://www.keynoteuser.com/prothemes/frames.html> or "Basic 
Research" <http://www.keynotethemepark.com/content/pages/set4.html>, 
with the text/math customized to Palatino or Utopia), and these use 
custom bullets.  I'd like to retain these bullets and the ability to 
use the powerful build tools of Keynote to control how information 
appears on the screen, but imbed in-line equations into these bullet 
items.  I have a feeling that I am asking too much of the current 
technology....  Thanks for any pointers or suggestions.

                                         -- Mike

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