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The \includegraphics command can take an overlay parameter <n> in beamer. I'd like to do the same thing for \wrapfig to allow overlays of a wrapped figure. Is that possible ?

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As far as I remember, I have done that, but the results weren't nice. I usually arrange graphics with the columns environment.

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I think that wrapfig in beamer isn't that good idea. I can rarely make wrapfig work in normal, article environment, let alone in beamer.

You can see what I needed and great answers there link. You make 2 columns and you can play with image and text overlay :)

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