On, Wed, 4 Jul 2001 11:04:08 +0200 (MET DST), "Pierric Descamps" wrote:
> when I have my first paragraph on the page, it's centered in the
> middle, and when the second paragraph appears, the two paragraphs are
> centered as a block. As a consequence, the first paragraph is "pushed" to
> the top, and you dont't have the feeling of a real stepwise.
> \documentclass[a4,landscape]{powersem}
> \usepackage[display]{texpower}

You're experiencing normal semninar behaviour, which
is to center the slide contents. Giving the display
option to powersem instead of texpower will turn
this off, as well as saying \centerslidesfalse
in the preamble.

Some more advice:

> \usepackage{color}
> \usepackage[pdfpagemode=FullScreen]{hyperref}
> \usepackage{graphicx}
> \usepackage{soul}

The texpower package should be loaded _after_ these,
at best it should be the very last package loaded.
Also, hyperref should be the last-but-one.

> \usepackage{seminar}

I'm flabbergasted that this works at all. What
is it supposed to do?

seminar.sty is a leftover from LaTeX2.09 days, superseded
by seminar.cls, which is already loaded by powersem.


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