Issue #257 resolved

\subsubsection highlight in ToC

Danilo Galisteu
created an issue

From the documentation (10.5 Adding a Table of Contents):

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.

Comments (5)

  1. Joseph Wright

    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.

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