How do I obtain the current font size and baseline skip of a beamer font?

TeX - LaTeX Asked on December 16, 2020

I’m creating a document using the document class beamer for the first time. The title is a little bit too large and I would like to decrease the font size slightly. I’ve figured out that I can change the font using setbeamerfont{title}{size*={<font size>}{<baseline skip>}}. However, rather than setting the font size and baseline skip to fixed values, I would like to change them relatively to their current values. So, is there a way to figure out what their current values are?

One Answer

Try setbeamerfont{title}{size=relsize{-1}}, with relsize package loaded. This avoids knowing the exact value.

Answered by muzimuzhi Z on December 16, 2020

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