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comment tikzmark, listings and beamer's onlyenv
Thanks a lot for this. However, it doesn't work if the overlay specification are out of order (try with <1> first, then <3>, and then <2>). This may be needed, for example, when using the onlyenv inside a columns environment: The left column may contain <1-2> and <3>, and the right column <2>.
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comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
OK, with the minipage it works, thanks. In this second version the block appears significantly lower than in the single frame. Not a big deal, and I could always tweak it manually, but this keeps me wishing for another solution. And in my case the text moves up a similar amount; this happens even with an empty \tikz[overlay,remember picture];, but not with an empty \onslide<2>{}
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comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
I tried that, but I got a missing \endgroup error, so either. And for the positioning, I want its "natural" place, where it would appear on its own. I'll update the question with a more complete sample.
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comment Creating a real overlay in beamer
Close, but: (1) I want the whole block environment to be overlaid like that (don't worry about the transparency, I have that fixed), it seems this solution does not work with that; and (2) I'd prefer not to use absolute positioning, especially when title- and sidebars may change the actual text area.
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comment pgfplots surf plot: don't draw 'NaN'
@vipers36 Thanks, it's included in my "reply" now.
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