Any idea?
In plain code, you create the title slide with
But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please

On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Paul A. Rubin<> wrote:
> I'm afraid what you wrote does not make sense.  You start your presentation
> with title and authors.  Then you have your content, with the first slide of
> content started with a BeginFrame environment (the equivalent of the
> \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] LaTeX command you wrote below.
> Or are you saying you want to repeat the title slide at the end??
> /Paul
> Christian Bustamante wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> I understand the procedure to repeat a simple slide. My problem is
>> whit the first one, because you don't use the BeginFrame environment
>> at all. At the start of file, you simple put the title and authors,
>> but not more.... how can I do it for the first slide??
>> Bests
>> On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 9:47 AM, Paul A. Rubin<> wrote:
>>> Christian Bustamante wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I'm using the beamer class and I need to repeat the first slide at the
>>>> end of presentation. In plain LaTeX one can do the following
>>>> \documentclass{beamer}
>>>> \title[Short title]{The title}
>>>> \author[Authors]{Author 1 \and Author 2}
>>>> \date{\today}
>>>> \begin{document}
>>>> \begin{frame}[label=firstframe]
>>>> \titlepage
>>>> \end{frame}
>>>> ...
>>>> \againframe{firstframe}
>>>> \end{document}
>>>> Which uses the againframe command. The thing is, how can I label the
>>>> first slide for then use the againframe in LyX?
>>> Put the cursor in the BeginFrame environment for the slide to be
>>> repeated,
>>> directly to the left of the first letter of the title, and insert
>>> '[label=firstframe]' (including the brackets) in an ERT inset. At the
>>> point
>>> where you want to repeat the slide, use an AgainFrame environment and
>>> just
>>> type 'firstframe' as if it were a title.
>>> /Paul


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