# Issues

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# Problem with \lecture command

Jürgen Koch
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In version 3.25 of the beamer package the \lecture command doesn't work properly.

Only the first two letters of the label are read, the following letters produce a new frame. This is a pity to me, because I use beamer for my whole courses with several hundreds of frames.

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Could you add an example .tex file (always best if you do rather than me make one and miss something). I think I know what the issue here might be caused by: certainly will look to fix it a.s.a.p.

1. reporter

Dear Joseph,

ltma.beamer.tex - used to produce the slides LTMA.tex - main document the other 3 are input-files, usually placed in specific subdirectories

Regards

J=FCrgen

Prof. Dr.-Ing. J=FCrgen Koch Werkstoff-, Laser- und Oberfl=E4chentechnik Studiengangsleiter Innovationsfokussierter Maschinenbau (Master)=20

Hochschule Amberg-Weiden Fakult=E4t Maschinenbau/Umwelttechnik Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 23 92224 Amberg

Tel.: +49 9621 482 3315 E-Mail: j.koch@haw-aw.de

Am 04.01.2013 um 10:47 schrieb Joseph Wright = issues-reply@bitbucket.org:

No attachments showing up here! It's usually easiest if you simply paste a demo into the comments area. Alternatively, send the demo to me by e-mail (joseph.wright@morningstar2.co.uk) and I'll edit it in.

Minimal example:

\documentclass{beamer}
\includeonlylecture{AAA}
\begin{document}
\lecture{A}{AAA}
\lecture{B}{BBB}
\end{document}


As noted, the problem is having three or more characters in the label, and it only shows up with \includeonlylecture.