Am 20.11.2011 um 19:37 schrieb Aditya Mahajan:

> There is a python script called impressive 
> ( that adds some eyecandy to 
> presentations. One of the features that it has is an overview screen at the 
> end, like this:
> This is similar to the overview screen used in the ConTeXt showcase by Hans: 
> I want to include such an overview in my slides, but am not sure if it can be 
> done without using a separate tex file. My slides look like this (sorry 
> Thomas, I am not using simpleslides at the moment)
> \starttext
> \startsection[title={...}]
> ....
> \stopsection
> \startsection[...]
> ...
> \stopsection
> \stoptext
> Each section spans over multiple pages. What I want is to have a last page 
> which is equivalent to the following:
> \startcombination[n*n]
>  {\externalfigure[\jobname][page=<page-number-of-first-section>]}{}
>  {\externalfigure[\jobname][page=<page-number-of-second-section>]}{}
>  ....
> \stopcombination
> I tried a simple test case
> \starttext
> \input knuth
> \page
> \externalfigure[\jobname][page=1,width=0.3\textwidth]
> \stoptext
> but that does not include the first page. So, I think that what I want is not 
> possible, but I wonder if others have different ideas on how this might be 
> implemented (after all \setuparranging does manage to do something similar 
> without the need for a separate tex file).

You can save a copy of the page in a box and print the collection of all boxes 
at the end of the document.


   \global\expandafter\newbox\csname sectionpage:\number\sectionpage\endcsname



\input knuth


\input tufte


\scale[factor=300]{\box\csname sectionpage:1\endcsname}



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