From: Ryan Krauss <ryanlists@gm...> - 2010-09-15 01:46:55
I have added a requested feature to rst2beamer that allows .. class::
attributes to be used to control whether bulleted and enumerated lists
are revealed all at once or overlaid one item at a time. The class
arguments go before the slide title and override the document default
(which comes from the command-line argument --overlaybullets). I have
also added a test document for this feature
.. class:: nooverlay
These bullets should display all at once (i.e. they do not overlay one
at a time)
- nooverlay bullet 1
- nooverlay bullet 2
.. class:: overlay
These bullets should overlay one at a time:
- overlay bullet 1
- overlay bullet 2
From: Alan G Isaac <aisaac@am...> - 2010-09-21 14:34:00
On 9/14/2010 9:46 PM, Ryan Krauss wrote:
> I have added a requested feature to rst2beamer that allows .. class::
> attributes to be used to control whether bulleted and enumerated lists
> are revealed all at once or overlaid one item at a time.
This is great and I do not want to carp.
But since we are talking about rationalizing the slides conventions,
I'm wondering if you would consider switching to "incremental", to match
the s5 usage. (And then I suppose matching that with "not-incremental".
I also think "incremental" is more descriptive than "overlay",
since the latter suggests that you will overlay the new object
on the previous object.