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More documentation fixes.

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File doc/beamerug-fonts.tex

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   The following \meta{attributes} may be given:
   \begin{itemize}
-  \item \declare{|size=|\meta{size command}} sets the size attribute of the \beamer font. The \meta{size command} should be a normal \LaTeX-command used for setting the font size or it should be empty. Useful commands include |\tiny|, |\scriptsize|, |\footnotesize|, |\small|, |\normalsize|, |\large|, |\Large|, |\huge|, and |\Huge|. \beamer\ also introduces the two font sizes |\Tiny| and |\TINY| for \emph{really} small text. But you should know \emph{exactly} what you are doing if you use them. You have been warned.
+  \item \declare{|size=|\meta{size command}} sets the size attribute of the \beamer\ font. The \meta{size command} should be a normal \LaTeX-command used for setting the font size or it should be empty. Useful commands include |\tiny|, |\scriptsize|, |\footnotesize|, |\small|, |\normalsize|, |\large|, |\Large|, |\huge|, and |\Huge|. \beamer\ also introduces the two font sizes |\Tiny| and |\TINY| for \emph{really} small text. But you should know \emph{exactly} what you are doing if you use them. You have been warned.
 
     Note that there is a different between specifying an empty command and specifying |\normalsize|: Making the size attribute ``empty'' means that the font size should not be changed when this font is used, while specifying |\normalsize| means that the size should be set to the normal size whenever this font is used.
   \item \declare{|size*=|\marg{size in pt}\marg{baselineskip}} sets the size attribute of the font to the given \meta{size in pt} and the baseline skip to the given value. Note that, depending on what kind of font you use, not all font sizes may be available. Also, certain font sizes are much less desirable than other ones; the standard commands take care of choosing appropriate sizes for you. Do not use this option unless you have a good reason. This command has the same effect as |size={\fontsize|\marg{size in pt}\marg{baselineskip}|}|.

File doc/beamerug-installation.tex

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 \subsubsection{\TeX\ Live and Mac\TeX}
 
-In \TeX\ Live, use the |tlmgr| tool to install the packages called |beamer|, |pgf|, and |xcolor|. If you have a fairly recent version of \TeX\ Live, and you have done full installation, \beamer is included.
+In \TeX\ Live, use the |tlmgr| tool to install the packages called |beamer|, |pgf|, and |xcolor|. If you have a fairly recent version of \TeX\ Live, and you have done full installation, \beamer\ is included.
 
 \subsubsection{MiK\TeX and pro\TeX t}
 
 http://packages.debian.org/latex-xcolor
 \end{verbatim}
 
-Debian 5.0 ``lenny'' includes \TeX\ Live 2007, and version 6.0 ``squeeze'' will include \TeX\ Live 2009. This also allows you to manually install newer versions of \beamer (into your local directory, see below) without having to update any other \LaTeX\ packages.
+Debian 5.0 ``lenny'' includes \TeX\ Live 2007, and version 6.0 ``squeeze'' will include \TeX\ Live 2009. This also allows you to manually install newer versions of \beamer\ (into your local directory, see below) without having to update any other \LaTeX\ packages.
 
 Ubuntu 8.04, 9.04 and 9.10 include \TeX\ Live 2007, and version 10.04 includes \TeX\ Live 2009.
 
 Finally, you need to rebuild \TeX's filename database. This is done by running the command |texhash| or |mktexlsr| (they are the same). In MiK\TeX package manager and \TeX\ Live |tlmgr|, there is a menu option to do this.
 
 \lyxnote
-For usage of the \beamer\ class with \LyX, you have to do all of the above. You also have to make \LyX\ aware of the file |beamer.layout|. This file is \emph{not part of the \beamer package} since it is updated and managed by the \LyX\ development team. This means that in reasonably up-to-date \LyX\ versions this file will already be installed and nothing needs to be done.
+For usage of the \beamer\ class with \LyX, you have to do all of the above. You also have to make \LyX\ aware of the file |beamer.layout|. This file is \emph{not part of the \beamer\ package} since it is updated and managed by the \LyX\ development team. This means that in reasonably up-to-date \LyX\ versions this file will already be installed and nothing needs to be done.
 
 \vskip1em
 For a more detailed explanation of the standard installation process of packages, you might wish to consult \href{http://www.ctan.org/installationadvice/}{|http://www.ctan.org/installationadvice/|}. However, note that the \beamer\ package does not come with a |.ins| file (simply skip that part).

File doc/beamerug-introduction.tex

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 Joseph Wright: \emph{``Thanks to Till Tantau for the huge development effort in creating \beamer. Sincere thanks to Vedran Mileti\'c for taking the lead in continuing development.''}
 
-Vedran Mileti\'c: \emph{``First, I would like to thank Karl Berry and Sanda Buja\v ci\'c for encouragement, without which I wouldn't ever be anything but a \LaTeX\ user. I would also like to thank Ana Me\v strovi\'c, my colleague, who was excited by the prospect of using \beamer for preparing class material; Mladen Bo\v cev, Ivona Frankovi\'c, Marina Rajnovi\'c, Ivana \v Sari\'c, Danijela Suboti\'c, Emma Bla\v zevi\'c and Valter Pope\v ski\'c, my students at Department of Informatics, who were the first to hear about \LaTeX, \beamer\ and how it can help in preparing class material. I owe a lot to Till Tantau for developing \beamer in the first place and to Joseph Wright for developing \textsc{siunitx} and for helping me develop \beamer further.''}
+Vedran Mileti\'c: \emph{``First, I would like to thank Karl Berry and Sanda Buja\v ci\'c for encouragement, without which I wouldn't ever be anything but a \LaTeX\ user. I would also like to thank Ana Me\v strovi\'c, my colleague, who was excited by the prospect of using \beamer\ for preparing class material; Mladen Bo\v cev, Ivona Frankovi\'c, Marina Rajnovi\'c, Ivana \v Sari\'c, Danijela Suboti\'c, Emma Bla\v zevi\'c and Valter Pope\v ski\'c, my students at Department of Informatics, who were the first to hear about \LaTeX, \beamer\ and how it can help in preparing class material. I owe a lot to Till Tantau for developing \beamer\ in the first place and to Joseph Wright for developing \textsc{siunitx} and for helping me develop \beamer\ further.''}
 
 
 \subsection{How to Read this User's Guide}
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   Before you file a bug report, especially a bug report concerning the installation, make sure that this is really a bug. In particular, have a look at the |.log| file that results when you \TeX\ your files. This |.log| file should show that all the right files are loaded from the right directories. Nearly all installation problems can be resolved by looking at the |.log| file.
 
-  If you can, before reporting the bug, retest using latest version of \beamer with latest version of \TeX\ Live.
+  If you can, before reporting the bug, retest using latest version of \beamer\ with latest version of \TeX\ Live. This can help isolate bugs from other packages that might affect \beamer.
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   \emph{As a last resort} you can try emailing authors. We do not mind getting emails, we simply get way too many of them. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that your emails will be answered timely or even at all. Your chances that your problem will be fixed are somewhat higher if you mail to the \beamer\ mailing list linked at bitbucket development page (naturally, we read this list and answer questions when we have the time).
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File doc/beamerug-tutorial.tex

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