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What's wrong with my tab key?

It has become a prefix key, meaning it starts a sequence of keys the way C-x does. Try typing TAB C-h to see what keymap it is a prefix for. Edit: Now that we can see that the keymap assigned to TAB ...
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org-babel ':wrap export latex' inserts colons into resulting tex document

Suggested solution Add the following two sections at the end of your file: ... * Code :noexport: ...
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org-babel ':wrap export latex' inserts colons into resulting tex document

NB See the other answer for a complete solution. Although this answer gets rid of the literalizing : characters, the result is wrapped in an example block and (AFAICT) there is no way to get rid of ...
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Can environments be easily wrapped with AUCTeX?

You can define a new environment which wraps the frame environment with the code you want, so something like this in your preamble should work: \makeatletter \newenvironment{Frame}[1][]{% \gdef\...
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