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

Gary L. Gray gray at engr.psu.edu
Mon Aug 1 01:43:26 CEST 2005

On Jul 29, 2005, at 10:57 AM, Michael S. Hanson wrote:

> 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.

As far as I know, you are asking too much. :-)

-- Gary

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