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I'm using org-tree-slide for simple presentations. I'm using source code blocks in the following way:

#+begin_src python
....
 some code here.... 
....
#+end_src

C-c C-c to evaluate

#+RESULTS:
 result here

I wonder if it's possible to hide the source blocks in presentation mode and only display the result of the computation.

If this can't be done with the org-tree-slide package, is there another tool that does it?

Thanks!

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  • I don't know anything about org-tree-slide: how about adding a link to the sources? If it works by exporting the document to e.g HTML, then you can use the header :exports results to omit the code.
    – NickD
    Oct 26 at 20:02
  • Have you tried ox-reveal? That uses the exporter so the header in the previous comment should work.
    – NickD
    Oct 26 at 20:08
  • Yeah, I'm familiar with reveal, but I was specifically looking to do this within emacs, without exporting to html.
    – johnymm
    Oct 26 at 22:39
  • You'll probably need to post your question on the org-tree-slide website. I suspect there aren't many people around here with either the interest or the knowledge to answer the question. If you do get a resolution, you might want to come back here and post an answer to your own question.
    – NickD
    Oct 28 at 4:26

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