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The python environment deals with verbatim content. Putting this sort of environment inside a command argument generally causes problems. A solution may exist, but it would probably be complex and involve a lot of catcode trickery. Another option is to use the pythontex package, which I created to provide more functionality than the python package provides. ...

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Apparently, the main issue here is that I had used \newframe at the beginning of the animateinline environment. This is wrong since one should only use \newframe to separate frames. Therefore the first frame's content should not be preceded by any \newframe command. When I remove that, both Okular and Evince show the (static) contents of the first frame ...

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Synposis: %put a longer paragraph of text in a box \newsavebox\lipsumbox \begin{lrbox}{\lipsumbox}% \begin{minipage}{\textwidth}% \strut \lipsum \strut \end{minipage} \end{lrbox} %scroll the box content within a viewport of limited height \smoothscroll[autoplay]{\lipsumbox}{0.93\textheight}{400}{25} Usage: \smoothscroll[autoplay] ...

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Here is one possibility. use of \onlide<x-> or \visible<x-> which means start from frame x and thereafter. More information onDifferences and best practices: \onslide vs. \uncover, \onslide+ vs. \visible, \onslide* vs. \only? \documentclass{beamer} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \begin{itemize} \item[$\bullet$] Optimization: ...

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