# Issues

Issue #257 resolved

# \subsubsection highlight in ToC

Danilo Galisteu
created an issue

```subsectionstyle=⟨style for current subsection⟩/
⟨style for other subsections in current section⟩/
⟨style for subsections in other sections⟩

subsubsectionstyle=⟨style for current subsubsection⟩/
⟨style for other subsubsections in current subsection⟩/
⟨style for subsubsections in other subsections⟩
```

Comparing those two, I believe there should be another level of style for SubSubSections. The way it is right now, when I define:

```subsubsectionstyle=show/show/show
```

then subsubsections from other sections are also highlighted, which is certainly undesirable, and when I define:

```subsubsectionstyle=show/show/shade
```

then subsubsections from the same section are also shaded. The ideal definition would be:

```subsubsectionstyle=⟨style for current subsubsection⟩/
⟨style for other subsubsections in current subsection⟩/
⟨style for subsubsections in other subsections in current section⟩/
⟨style for subsubsections in other subsections in other sections⟩
```

with four levels of style, so that I can rightily define:

```subsubsectionstyle=show/show/show/shade
```

and get the highlight only inside the current section.

This is one of those things that reflects the fact that Till really doesn't like `\subsubsection` in presentations, and while they do work in `beamer` the support is very limited. If you read over the code you'll find that the section/subsection stuff is hard coded and would be difficult to make more general. I'm minded to WONTFIX here (sort-of by design situation), but I do see the problem as `\subsubsection` does work. I'll take another look at this code before I make a decision.