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From: Nicolas Goaziou <n.goaziou <at> gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Beamer export: How to handle overlayarea
Newsgroups: gmane.emacs.orgmode
Date: Wednesday 23rd October 2013 16:59:08 UTC (over 3 years ago)
Hello,

James Harkins <[email protected]> writes:

> Under "Block environments and overlay specifications," where it discusses
> custom environments, I would add:
>
> ~~
> - Environment options may be given using the BEAMER_opt property. They
will
> be enclosed in square brackets and inserted where %o appears in the
> environment definition.
> (with an example, but I can't think of one now)
>
> - Additional arguments may be written into the environment's headline,
and
> inserted into the LaTeX string using %r (raw headline text, no
processing).
> ~~

There are two things to consider: what belongs to the manual, and what
belongs to `org-beamer-environments-extra' docstring.

I think it is reasonable for the manual not to talk about %o, %r... but,
instead, simply point to the variable name.

> I think it's important to mention it in the section where it can be used.
> My faulty conclusion was based on the fact that the only mention of _opt
is
> in a section about frames.

Then what about changing

     Headlines also support 'BEAMER_ACT' and 'BEAMER_OPT' properties.  The
  former is translated as an overlay/action specification, or a default
  overlay specification when enclosed within square brackets.  The latter
  specifies options for the current frame.

into something like

   Headlines also support 'BEAMER_ACT' and 'BEAMER_OPT' properties. The
former is translated as an overlay/action specification, or a default
overlay specification when enclosed within square brackets.  The latter
specifies options for the current frame or block, and will automatically
be enclosed within square brackets.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou
 
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