The Fancyslides class is prepared for short presentations with modern look & feel. It offers the following features:
• custom background for each slide,
• predefined types of slides,
• simplified commands (e.g. for starting and ending slide).
The class is build upon LaTeX Beamer, so all the commands you know should work.
Example 1 (PDF)
Example 2 (PDF)
Example 4 (PDF)–by A. Gajda
The package contains:
- fancyslides.cls – document class;
- example.tex – an exemplary file ready to compile it with pdflatex;
- example.pdf – compiled example, to give you an impression of the Fancsyslides look & feel;
- blank.jpg, 1.jpg and 2.jpg – exemplary background graphics;
- fancyslides.pdf – short intro.
Any comments and suggestions are welcomed. Please write at pawel dot lupkowski at gmail dot com.
How to install fancsyslides.cls (GNU/Linux)?
To install Fancyslides in your GNU/Linux system:
- make the following folder tree in your home folder: texmf/tex/latex/base (e.g. by typing in the terminal: mkdir -p ~/texmf-local/tex/latex/fancyslides/)
- put fancyslides.cls in the base folder
- In terminal run texhash ~/texmf-local
- 5.06.2013 (how to install fancyslides.cls)
- 26.05.2013 (minor corrections in man.pdf)
- 24.05.2013 (customisation of text colour added)
- 13.02.2015 (handouts mode enabled)
- 14.02.2014 (fancyslides available on CTAN)