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\tableofcontents




\section{Introduction}

Beamer is an awesome way to make presentations with LaTeX, but its theme
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{full list of contributors} already contains over a dozen names!




\section{Getting Started}

\subsection{Installing from CTAN}
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Yet this is not mandatory. \themename also works with the standard fonts.



\subsection{Installing from GitHub}

Installing \themename, like any Beamer theme, involves four easy steps:
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\end{description}



\subsection{Installing the Debian Package}
As an alternative users of Debian or Ubuntu can also install this
\href{https://launchpad.net/\%7Eedd/+archive/ubuntu/misc/+files/latex-mtheme_0.1.0vidid1_all.deb}{.deb package}
containing the theme files as well as the Fira Sans font files.



\subsection{A Minimal Example}

The following code shows a minimal example of a Beamer presentation using
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\end{lstlisting}



\subsection{Dependencies}

\themename depends on the |beamer| class and the following standard packages:
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distributions; this case is automatically handled by \themename.



\subsection{Pandoc}

To use this theme with \href{http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/}{Pandoc}-based
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\end{lstlisting}




\section{Customization}

\subsection{Package options}
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\subsubsection{Main theme}

\DescribeOption{titleformat}%
{regular, smallcaps, allsmallcaps, allcaps}
{regular}{
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disables the section page.
}


\subsubsection{Outer theme}

\DescribeOption{numbering}{none, counter, fraction}{counter}{
Controls whether the frame number at the bottom right of each slide is
omitted (|none|), shown (|counter|) or displayed as a fraction of the total
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of the reverse.
}


\subsubsection{Font theme}

\DescribeMacro{titleformat-title}
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}



\subsection{Color Customization}

The included \themename color theme is used by default, but its colors can be
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\end{lstlisting}



\subsection{Font Customization}

The default font for \themename is |Fira|. This can be easily changed using
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only alphabetic characters and do not require the expansion of any macros.



\subsection{Interactions with other color themes}

\themename can be used along with any other Beamer color theme, such as
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like |whale| which set a white foreground for the title.



\section{License}

\themename is licensed under a
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This does not affect any presentations that you create with the theme.



\section{Implementation}

\DocInput{beamerthememetropolis.dtx}

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