Arbitrary footline selection and configuration for LaTeX beamer's standard themes.
beamer themes provide footlines – and some do not. Now, if one wants to have a footline, he is restricted to the (outer) themes providing them or loads multiple themes. On top of that, these provided footlines are only configurable by redefining them as a whole, which is quite uncomfortable and yields many lines of additional code.
hackthefootline is a package taking over, defining and redefining different footlines, so they can be configured using key-value syntax. Also, it is possible (but not recommended as it might distract your audience) to switch between different footline types during a presentation.
hackthefootline depends on the packages
pgfkeys and – obviously – on the
Additional sophisticated features included also require
appendixnumberbeamer (only when using beamer v3.48 and older),
numprint, but these four dependencies can be resolved by passing some options to the
This work is licensed under the LPPL 1.3c or any later version.
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hackthefootline – Footline selection and configuration for LaTeX beamer’s standard themes
This package is taking over, defining and redefining different footlines. Configuration is provided via using key-value syntax.
It depends on the pgfkeys used for providing the configuration keys.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2017 Sebastian Friedl|
|Contained in||TeX Live as hackthefootline|
MiKTeX as hackthefootline
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