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This seems to be a Beamer-level issue, suggesting an Org Mode solution like so: #+OPTIONS: H:1 num:t toc:nil \n:nil @:t ::t |:t ^:t -:t f:t *:t <:t #+BEAMER_FRAME_TITLE: 1 #+BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL: 1 #+PROPERTY: header-args :exports both #+OPTIONS: H:1 #+LaTeX_HEADER: \input{list-of-frames.tex} * Outline :PROPERTIES: :BEAMER_env: ignoreheading :END: \...


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See the footnote in the Frames and Blocks in Beamer section of the Org mode manual: (1) If ‘BEAMER_ENV’ is set, Org export adds ‘B_environment’ tag to make it visible. The tag serves as a visual aid and has no semantic relevance.


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The default LaTeX class can be set with #+LATEX_CLASS: article or #+LATEX_CLASS: beamer at the top of the file, so you can have them commented out: # #+LATEX_CLASS: article and select which one you want by uncommenting one or the other. This should be enough for manual export: when you automate the process, you will probably want to use a different method,...


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(If I understand well,) the correct way to do this is to replace #+BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL: 2 by H:2 in the global options: #+TITLE: Abandon all hope #+startup: beamer #+LaTeX_CLASS: beamer #+LaTeX_CLASS_OPTIONS: [bigger] #+options: H:2 * First page ** Stuff larifari ** second stuff larifari * Second page ** fdjsfsd larfdfj ** fjs iiinfdnf See for example here: ...


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You can pass overlay specifications to the frame using the following command: :PROPERTIES: :BEAMER_ACT: <handout:0> :END:


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