Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-14 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Christian Bustamante wrote: Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please Your LyX document should end with an EndFrame environment. Put the cursor after that, hit Enter to

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-14 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Christian Bustamante wrote: Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please Your LyX document should end with an EndFrame environment. Put the cursor after that, hit Enter to

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-14 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Christian Bustamante wrote: Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please Your LyX document should end with an EndFrame environment. Put the cursor after that, hit Enter to

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-13 Thread Christian Bustamante
Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu wrote: I'm afraid what you wrote does not make sense.  You start

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-13 Thread Christian Bustamante
Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} But in LyX, this process is automatic... Help please On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu wrote: I'm afraid what you wrote does not make sense.  You start

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-13 Thread Christian Bustamante
Any idea? In plain code, you create the title slide with \begin{frame}[label=firstframe] \titlepage \end{frame} 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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Paul A. Rubin
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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Christian Bustamante
Exactly. I want to repeat the 'title slide'... It's possible? On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu 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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Paul A. Rubin
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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Christian Bustamante
Exactly. I want to repeat the 'title slide'... It's possible? On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu 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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Paul A. Rubin
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

Re: Label and againframe [Beamer]

2009-07-12 Thread Christian Bustamante
Exactly. I want to repeat the 'title slide'... It's possible? 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 >