The fifth release of the binb package just arrived on CRAN. binb regroups four rather nice themes for writing LaTeX Beamer presentations much more easily in (R)Markdown. As a teaser, a quick demo combining all four themes follows; documentation and examples are in the package.
This release contains some nice extensions to the Monash theme by Rob Hyndman](https://robjhyndman.com/). You can see the a longer demo in this pdf and the extended options (i.e. for titlepage) in this pdf. David Selby also correct a minor internal wart in Presento.
Changes in binb version 0.0.5 (2019-11-02)
The Monash theme was updated with new titlepage and font handling and an expanded demo (Rob in #20).
The presento theme is now correctly labeled as exported (David Selby in #22).
The two Monash demos are now referenced from README.md (Dirk).
CRANberries provides a summary of changes to the previous version. For questions or comments, please use the issue tracker at GitHub.
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