[OS X TeX] Beamer: Footnote

Alan Munn amunn at gmx.com
Sun Dec 26 14:54:54 EST 2010

On Dec 26, 2010, at 2:10 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:

> I have just finished my first presentation ever. Used beamer. What  
> an awesome thing. The beameruserguide even answered my many  
> questions with, however, one exception: Given
> \begin{frame}{Name Of Frame.}
> \begin{enumerate}
> \item%1
> Text of item 1
> \item%2
> Text of item 2
> end{enumerate}
> \end{frame}
> I am using
> 	\beamerdefaultoverlayspecification{<+->}

Full working minimal examples make help come faster. (Yes, even than  
this reply.)


\renewcommand{\footnoterule}{} % get rid of footnote rule; otherwise  
it shows up on item 1
\frametitle{Name Of Frame.}
\item %1
Text of item 1
Text of item 2\footnote<.->[frame]{A footnote}


> to uncover the items in a step-wise fashion and so far, so good.
> But when I add a footnote to the second item, the footnote appears  
> as soon as I uncover the first item.
> The beameruserguide does not seem to mention the issue---it frowns  
> upon the use of footnotes anyway, the beamer forum seems a bit  
> sleepy and even Google failed me. No big deal and I am just curious  
> because I am sure there must be a way.
> Hopeful regards
> --schremmer
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Alan Munn
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