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Re: [O] Using allowframebreaks in org-beamer

From: Stephen Jeffrey Barr
Subject: Re: [O] Using allowframebreaks in org-beamer
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 15:35:48 -0800
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Thank you for the clarification Eric. That did exactly what I wanted it to!


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> "Stephen J. Barr" <address@hidden> writes:
>> I agree with the "less stuff" part. The first pass in my slides is for
>> content, second pass is for formatting :-). For now, I did manual division
>> of the sides. I am using both org-beamer and org-reveal (
>> https://github.com/yjwen/org-reveal) and ideally they would have optimized
>> (and possibly different) slide breaks. E.g. perhaps beamer breaks 9
>> elements into 3 3-elements slides whereas reveal breaks into 2 slides, one
>> with 5 elements and one of 4 elements.
>> I'll look around for the previous post but in the mean time I think I will
>> stick with method 0.
> To summarise the previous post (i.e. from the thread I started for this
> bug), all you have to do is simply include the following on any slide
> for which you want frame breaks:
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
> * A long "frame" with breaks
> :BEAMER_opt: allowframebreaks,label=
> :END:
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> Method 0 is, in principle, desirable, but I actually find that beamer
> does a really nice job on automatic frame breaks in most cases and it
> makes writing some types of presentations much easier!  An example, from
> my own usage, is the solution to some example problem when teaching.  I
> can simply write down all the steps, e.g. as an enumerated list, and let
> beamer worry about the breaks.  Using automatic frame breaks, for me, is
> just the obvious extension of org (or LaTeX): let me worry about the
> content and let the system worry about the formatting!
> From LyX: "what you see is what you mean" :-)

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