[OS X TeX] LaTeX ->Keynote (with black background)?
maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Thu Jan 5 15:47:24 EST 2006
On 5 Jan 2006, at 9:28, Jung-Tsung Shen wrote:
> On 1/4/06, Roger Hart <rhart at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
>> I would like to use Keynote's "Gradient" background (which is dark
>> grey->black) for a presentation I'm preparing, which means, if I'm to
>> cut-and-paste, that I need to have my text and equations in white. I
>> use the latest version of TeXShop and KeyNote. Is there a simple way
>> to do this?
> You might want to try the "Keynote + LaTeXiT" combination. You can
> simply cut and paste your codes for the equations from your article
> and paste it in LaTeXiT to compile.
> I used prosper package for 2+ years before and started using Keynote +
> LaTeXiT not too long ago and never looked back.
And if you start to use LaTeXiT + Keynote, then you will want to use the
LinkBack plugin for keynote as well:
It allows you to drop LaTeX equations and snippets into keynote, and
double-click them there to go back to LaTeXiT to change them, without
retyping them completely.
I love the combination.
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