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Joseph Wright committed c210a7f

Document subsectionstyle behaviour correctly (fixes #257)

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doc/beamerug-globalstructure.tex

     \example
     |subsectionstyle=show/shaded/hide| causes all subsections outside the current section to be suppressed and only the current subsection in the current section to be highlighted.
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-    \declare{|subsubsectionstyle=|\meta{style for current subsubsection}|/|\meta{style for other subsubsections in current subsection}|/|\\\meta{style for subsubsections in other subsections}} specifies how subsubsections should be displayed. The same styles as for the |sectionstyle| option may be given. You can omit the last style, in which case the second also applies to the last, and you can omit the last two, in which case the first applies to all.
+    \declare{|subsubsectionstyle=|\meta{style for current subsubsection}|/|\meta{style for other subsubsections in current subsection}|/|\\\meta{style for subsubsections in other subsections in current section}|/|\meta{style for subsubsections in other subsections in other sections}} specifies how subsubsections should be displayed. The same styles as for the |sectionstyle| option may be given. You can omit the last style, in which case the second also applies to the last, and you can omit the last two, in which case the first applies to all.
     This option operates in an analogous manner to |subsectionstyle|.
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