[OS X TeX] Migration to beamer

Dr. Clea F. Rees cfrees at imapmail.org
Mon Sep 8 20:58:56 CEST 2008


If that works, then after the subtitle page, you'd need to do:
 	\title{My title}
 	\subtitle{My subtitle}
in order for later frames to display the title and subtitle correctly.
At least, you may - it depends on the templates and themes you're using.

- cfr

On 08/09/08, you seem to have written:

> After the first \frame{\titlepage}, write
>
> \title{My subtitle}\frame{\titlepage}
>
> Michael
>
> On Sep 8, 2008, at 9:44 AM, Santosh Ansumali wrote:
>
>> Thanks! it partially worked.  Just giving  subtitle is putting title
>> and subtile on the same frame. Is there a way to generate two frames
>> for title and subtitle?
>> For example earlier I could generate two frames using
>>  \SeminarTitle{\Huge XXX}
>> 		 \vspace{5mm}\\
>> 		 \SeminarSubtitle{\Large YYY} 
>> Best Regards,
>> Santosh
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