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comment Mixing overprint with blocks of enumerations
oooo yes, that's exactly what I needed!
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comment Mixing overprint with blocks of enumerations
Your second suggestion almost does exactly what I want, except it creates only 4 slides instead of 7. On the last slide, the second enumeration block is completely printed, so you can't walk through the bullet points as they're added. I did the \onslide<2-3>\begin{center{...}} business since it let me center the blocks on top of each other and let me enumerate the blocks as I wanted, sans the horrible side effect noted. Putting the center block inside {..} ends up with a totally different layout.
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