[OS X TeX] RE: LaTeX ->Keynote (with black background)?

John Vokey vokey at uleth.ca
Thu Jan 5 21:43:08 EST 2006

Simple: use LaTeX Equation Editor (it is what I use): <http:// 

On 5-Jan-06, at 6:00 PM, TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List wrote:

> Subject: LaTeX ->Keynote (with black background)?
> From: "Roger Hart" <rhart at mail.utexas.edu>
> Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2006 00:20:32 -0600
> 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?
> Ideally, I would hope that there is some global command I could use
> that would reverse the usual colors once and for all in the entire
> document, typesetting my entire article in white text, and the entire
> background in black, and overriding any color assignments I've made
> in the article. This may be complicated because I use ps4pdf and xy
> quite a bit.
> I've looked into the seminar package, and some other approaches,
> without much success. I'd like to find something that would just
> allow me to very quickly produce Keynote presentations from my
> articles,  without a lot of extra work. Any suggestions?
> Thanks so much,
> Roger
> ********************************
> Roger Hart
> Assistant Professor, Departments of History and Asian Studies
> University of Texas at Austin
> office: Room 405, Garrison Hall
> office phone: 512-475-7258
> department fax: 512-475-7222
> email: rhart at mail.utexas.edu
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> *********************************

Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
See <http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html>

-Dr. John R. Vokey

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