Have made several Presentations, mostly intended for remote
viewing and so including sychronised voice-overs.
Never found the bullet stepping technique that you wish for, but have
saved time and effort by first making the full slide, with all lines
finished, then copy it the number of times required and finally
step through the set and delete the unwanted lines. Have found
that this avoids some repetition, the layout and any fiddling with
spacing etc., is done only once.
The stepped bulleting may be possible in Lyx Beamer, but do not
have it on this machine, so cannot be sure.
On 18/12/16 15:30, Virgil Arrington wrote:
I have rarely used Presentation, but I'm starting to use it more.
When I want to step through several bulleted items in a slide, I
typically create the first slide with one bullet, and then create a
duplicate slide and add the new bulleted item to the previous one. I
create as many duplicate slides as I have bullets.
I'm wondering if there is another way to do this without the need to
create several slides. If I have 6 bullets, that means creating six
slides to get the stepping effect through the bullets.
What I'd like to do is create one slide with all six bullets, and then
tell LO to step through them during my presentation. Is there a way to
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