# Issues

Issue #163 resolved

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Hello,

it seems that the "short name" of subsubsections is used if and only if the real name is empty (hence will not appear in the TOC). I tested it with the version of beamer provided by texlive2009; although, by looking at the code, it seems that the behaviour would be similar with the current version.

In the file beamerbasesection.sty, in the definition of \beamer@subsubsection, lines 329-330 that add the info into the nav file use the \subsubsecname which is defined as the long title #2 (except when empty), instead of #1 (the short title).

Regards,

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Mathieu Sassolas (mathieu DOT sassolas AT lip6 DOT fr)

PS: I know that subsubsections are discouraged.

Hello,

is this problem of short subsubsection name solved? I would like to insert the subsusbsection shortname in my sidebar but it isn't possible.... the long title is always present.

How can I solve this problem? In the file beamerbasesection.sty, the definition of \beamer@subsubsection is very similar to the definition of \beamer@subsection, I haven't see any inversion of #2 and #1.

Best regards

1. Treat short name of \subsubsection in same way as for \subsection and \section

The code here is not very nice (too much copy-paste), but it should be consistent.

This fixes issue #163