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    • Ross Churchley's avatar
      Remove unused driver code from sub-packages · 68249c97
      Ross Churchley authored
      As the theme's documentation is generated from `doc/metropolistheme.dtx` and not by running latex on the component sub-packages, this code is never actually executed. (Good thing, too, since it wouldn't compile; it is not possible to call `beamerthememetropolis` in a document with the `ltxdoc` class)
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    • tmgriffiths's avatar
      Added a second \@metropolis@frametitlestrut · 927e5e44
      tmgriffiths authored
      I’ve put a `\@metropolis@frametitlestrut` at the beginning and the end
      because of what I can see will be an error for multiline titles.
      Perhaps what @benjamin-weiss was alluding too?
      
      If we were to put the strut at the end of a multiline title, then if
      the first line was nothing but lower case characters (for some reason…)
      in a `frametitleformat=regular` situation then the strut would make
      sure that the minimum height would still be that of a capital letter.
      But, since this is a multiline title that only happens for the last
      line.
      
      If we thing of the opposite situation; the strut is at the beginning
      but our final line is nothing but lowercase. Then the strut again makes
      sure that the minimum height is that of a capital letter. But, this is
      only applied to the first line now. To rectify this I’ve put a strut at
      both the beginning and the end. Now, this won’t help If the presenter
      has a multiline title that is three or more lines long (god forbid) but
      in that case the standard leading and `\baselinskip` should take care
      of it. Also, the central line(s) shouldn’t effect the padding around
      the title anyway.
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    • tmgriffiths's avatar
      removed \myletterspacing · c0c21bf9
      tmgriffiths authored
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      17b5d914