\pause in KOMA-script scrartcl

Is there any way that I can use the command \pause in KOMA-script presentation?

The \coverand \uncover commands seem to unfunctional as well.

This is the template I use:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% KOMA-Script Presentation
% LaTeX Template
% Version 1.0 (3/3/13)
%
% http://www.LaTeXTemplates.com
%
% Original Authors:
% Marius Hofert (marius.hofert@math.ethz.ch)
% Markus Kohm (komascript@gmx.info)
% Described in the PracTeX Journal, 2010, No. 2
%
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   PACKAGES AND OTHER DOCUMENT CONFIGURATIONS
%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\documentclass[
paper=128mm:96mm, % The same paper size as used in the beamer class
fontsize=11pt, % Font size
pagesize, % Write page size to dvi or pdf
parskip=half-, % Paragraphs separated by half a line
]{scrartcl} % KOMA script (article)

%------------------------------------------------
% Colors
\usepackage{xcolor}  % Required for custom colors
% Define a few colors for making text stand out within the presentation
\definecolor{mygreen}{RGB}{44,85,17}
\definecolor{myblue}{RGB}{34,31,217}
\definecolor{mybrown}{RGB}{194,164,113}
\definecolor{myred}{RGB}{255,66,56}
% Use these colors within the presentation by enclosing text in the commands below
\newcommand*{\mygreen}[1]{\textcolor{mygreen}{#1}}
\newcommand*{\myblue}[1]{\textcolor{myblue}{#1}}
\newcommand*{\mybrown}[1]{\textcolor{mybrown}{#1}}
\newcommand*{\myred}[1]{\textcolor{myred}{#1}}
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Margins
\usepackage[ % Page margins settings
top=3.5mm,
bottom=3.5mm,
left=5.5mm,
right=5.5mm,
footskip=8.5mm
]{geometry}
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Fonts
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}     % For correct hyphenation and T1 encoding
\usepackage{lmodern} % Default font: latin modern font
%\usepackage{fourier} % Alternative font: utopia
%\usepackage{charter} % Alternative font: low-resolution roman font
\renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault} % Sans serif - this may need to be commented to see the alternative fonts
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Various required packages
\usepackage{amsthm} % Required for theorem environments
\usepackage{bm} % Required for bold math symbols (used in the footer of the slides)
\usepackage{graphicx} % Required for including images in figures
\usepackage{tikz} % Required for colored boxes
\usepackage{booktabs} % Required for horizontal rules in tables
\usepackage{multicol} % Required for creating multiple columns in slides
\usepackage{lastpage} % For printing the total number of pages at the bottom of each slide
\usepackage[english]{babel} % Document language - required for customizing section titles
\usepackage{microtype} % Better typography
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Slide layout configuration
\usepackage{scrpage2} % Required for customization of the header and footer
\pagestyle{scrheadings} % Activates the pagestyle from scrpage2 for custom headers and footers

% Sets vertical centering of slide contents with increased space between paragraphs/lists
\makeatletter
\renewcommand*{\@textbottom}{\vskip \z@ \@plus 1fil}
\newcommand*{\@texttop}{\vskip \z@ \@plus .5fil}
\makeatother

% Remove page numbers and the dots leading to them from the outline slide
\makeatletter
\newtocstyle[noonewithdot]{nodotnopagenumber}{\settocfeature{pagenumberbox}{\@gobble}}
\makeatother
\usetocstyle{nodotnopagenumber}

%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Header configuration - if you don't want a header remove this block
\hspace{-2mm}
\begin{tikzpicture}[remember picture,overlay]
\node [xshift=\paperwidth/2,yshift=-\headheight] (mybar) at (current page.north west)[rectangle,fill,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=\paperwidth,minimum height=2\headheight,top color=mygreen!64,bottom color=mygreen]{}; % Colored bar
\node[below of=mybar,yshift=3.3mm,rectangle,shade,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=128mm,minimum height =1.5mm,top color=black!50,bottom color=white]{}; % Shadow under the colored bar
\end{tikzpicture}
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Footer configuration
\newlength{\footheight}
\setlength{\footheight}{8mm} % Height of the footer
\addtokomafont{pagefoot}{\footnotesize} % Small font size for the footnote

\ifoot{% Left side
\hspace{-2mm}
\begin{tikzpicture}[remember picture,overlay]
\node [xshift=\paperwidth/2,yshift=\footheight] at (current page.south west)[rectangle,fill,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=\paperwidth,minimum height=3pt,top color=mygreen,bottom color=mygreen]{}; % Green bar
\end{tikzpicture}
\myauthor\ \raisebox{0.2mm}{$\bm{\vert}$}\ \myuni % Left side text
}

\ofoot[\pagemark/\pageref{LastPage}\hspace{-2mm}]{\pagemark/\pageref{LastPage}\hspace{-2mm}} % Right side
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Section spacing - deeper section titles are given less space due to lesser importance
\usepackage{titlesec} % Required for customizing section spacing
\titlespacing{\section}{0mm}{0mm}{0mm} % Lengths are: left, before, after
\titlespacing{\subsection}{0mm}{0mm}{-1mm} % Lengths are: left, before, after
\titlespacing{\subsubsection}{0mm}{0mm}{-2mm} % Lengths are: left, before, after
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{0} % How deep sections are numbered, set to no numbering by default - change to 1 for numbering sections, 2 for numbering sections and subsections, etc
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% Theorem style
\newtheoremstyle{mythmstyle} % Defines a new theorem style used in this template
{0.5em} % Space above
{0.5em} % Space below
{} % Body font
{} % Indent amount

\theoremstyle{mythmstyle} % Change the default style of the theorem to the one defined above
\newtheorem{theorem}{Theorem}[section] % Label for theorems
\newtheorem{remark}[theorem]{Remark} % Label for remarks
\newtheorem{algorithm}[theorem]{Algorithm} % Label for algorithms
%------------------------------------------------

%------------------------------------------------
% The code for the box which can be used to highlight an element of a slide (such as a theorem)
\newcommand*{\mybox}[2]{ % The box takes two arguments: width and content
\par\noindent
\begin{tikzpicture}[mynodestyle/.style={rectangle,draw=mygreen,thick,inner sep=2mm,text justified,top color=white,bottom color=white,above}]\node[mynodestyle,at={(0.5*#1+2mm+0.4pt,0)}]{ % Box formatting
\begin{minipage}[t]{#1}
#2
\end{minipage}
};
\end{tikzpicture}
\par\vspace{-1.3em}}
%------------------------------------------------

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   PRESENTATION INFORMATION
%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\newcommand*{\mytitle}{Presentation Title} % Title
\newcommand*{\myauthor}{John Smith} % Presenters name(s)
\newcommand*{\mydate}{\today} % Presentation date
\newcommand*{\myuni}{University of California --- Department of Statistics} % University or department

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\begin{document}

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   TITLE SLIDE
%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

% Title slide - you may have to tweak a few of the numbers if you wish to make changes to the layout
\thispagestyle{empty} % No slide header and footer
\begin{tikzpicture}[remember picture,overlay] % Background box
\node [xshift=\paperwidth/2,yshift=\paperheight/2] at (current page.south west)[rectangle,fill,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=\paperwidth,minimum height=\paperheight/3,top color=mygreen,bottom color=mygreen]{}; % Change the height of the box, its colors and position on the page here
\end{tikzpicture}
% Text within the box
\begin{flushright}
\vspace{0.6cm}
\color{white}\sffamily
{\bfseries\Large\mytitle\par} % Title
\vspace{0.5cm}
\normalsize
\myauthor\par % Author name
\mydate\par % Date
\vfill
\end{flushright}

\clearpage

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\thispagestyle{empty} % No slide header and footer

\small\tableofcontents % Change the font size and print the table of contents - it may be useful to shrink the font size further if the presentation is full of sections
% To exclude sections/subsections from the table of contents, put an asterisk after \(sub)section like so: \section*{Section Name}

\clearpage

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%   PRESENTATION SLIDES
%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\section{Displaying Text}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\subsection{Paragraphs of Text and Formatting}

\textit{Sed iaculis} dapibus gravida. Morbi sed tortor erat, nec interdum arcu. Sed id lorem lectus. Quisque viverra augue id sem ornare non aliquam nibh tristique. Aenean in ligula nisl. Nulla sed tellus ipsum.

\begin{multicols}{2} % Divide text into multiple columns
\mygreen{Sed diam enim, sagittis nec} condimentum sit amet, ullamcorper sit amet libero. \mybrown{Aliquam vel dui orci}, a porta odio. \myred{Nullam id suscipit} ipsum. \myblue{Aenean lobortis} commodo sem, ut commodo leo gravida vitae. Pellentesque vehicula ante iaculis arcu pretium rutrum eget sit amet purus. Integer ornare nulla quis neque ultrices lobortis. Vestibulum ultrices tincidunt libero, quis commodo erat ullamcorper id.
\end{multicols}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\subsection{Bullet Points and Numbered Lists}

\begin{itemize}
\item Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit
\item Aliquam blandit faucibus nisi, sit amet dapibus enim tempus eu
\end{itemize}

\begin{enumerate}
\item Nulla commodo, erat quis gravida posuere, elit lacus lobortis est, quis porttitor odio mauris at libero
\item Nam cursus est eget velit posuere pellentesque
\item Vestibulum faucibus velit a augue condimentum quis convallis nulla gravida
\end{enumerate}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\subsection{Verbatim}

How to include a theorem in this presentation:
\begin{verbatim}
\mybox{0.8\textwidth}{
\begin{theorem}[Murphy (1949)]
Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
\end{theorem}
}
\end{verbatim}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\section{Displaying Information}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\subsection{Table}

\begin{table}[h]
\centering
\begin{tabular}{l l l}
\toprule
\textbf{Treatments} & \textbf{Response 1} & \textbf{Response 2}\\
\midrule
Treatment 1 & 0.0003262 & 0.562 \\
Treatment 2 & 0.0015681 & 0.910 \\
Treatment 3 & 0.0009271 & 0.296 \\
\bottomrule
\end{tabular}
\caption{Table caption}
\end{table}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\subsection{Theorem}

The most common definition of \mygreen{Murphy's Law} is as follows.

\mybox{0.8\textwidth}{ % Example of encapsulating text in a colored box
\begin{theorem}[Murphy (1949)]
Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
\end{theorem}
}

\begin{proof}
A special case of this theorem is proven in the textbook.
\end{proof}

\begin{remark}
This is a remark.
\end{remark}

\begin{algorithm}
This is an algorithm.
\end{algorithm}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\section{Citations}

An example of the \texttt{\textbackslash cite} command to cite within the presentation:

This statement requires citation \cite{Smith:2012qr}.

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\thispagestyle{empty} % No slide header and footer

\bibliographystyle{unsrt}
\bibliography{sample}

\clearpage

%------------------------------------------------

\thispagestyle{empty} % No slide header and footer

\begin{tikzpicture}[remember picture,overlay] % Background box
\node [xshift=\paperwidth/2,yshift=\paperheight/2] at (current page.south west)[rectangle,fill,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=\paperwidth,minimum height=\paperheight/3,top color=mygreen,bottom color=mygreen]{}; % Change the height of the box, its colors and position on the page here
\end{tikzpicture}
% Text within the box
\begin{flushright}
\vspace{0.6cm}
\color{white}\sffamily
{\bfseries\LARGE Questions?\par} % Request for questions text
\vfill
\end{flushright}

%----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

\end{document}

• \pause is a beamer command. This template seems to have nothing to do with beamer. You would have to start writing such a command from the ground up. The beamer version is partly based on manipulating overlays. The PracTeX article says that the authors of this template do not like stepwise revealing of parts of slides. – Andrew Swann Jan 21 '15 at 11:06

Let me cite from the 2010 article by Hofert and Kohm (Scientific Presentations with LaTeX):

We [...] feel that some of the more elaborate features provided by these packages are overused. One good example of this is the overlay feature which reveals each of the items of a list in sequence. In our experience, the lighting conditions at conferences are often such that one either does not see that other items will follow or that one can read the full list right away. We have seen many talks where the interaction required for each list item caused the speakers’ flow to be broken, thus making them quite difficult to follow.

Creating presentation slides with KOMAscript’s article class is meant to be easy copy-pasting of existing material, maybe already published in a journal.

Hence, the above linked template (which is quite a bit old by now) or any future release, will not support overlays. If you really want those, you need to set them up yourself. It will be much easier though, to use beamer instead.

Hint: Do not overuse features like overlays, or even use fancy transitions between the slides, since it is distracting the audience of your presentation. A scientific presentation should be as objective and cool as your research. The contents of your presentation will keep the audience awake ;-)

• (+1) but I don't think overuse of overlays is less objective. It is just distracting. (I tend to overuse them myself, although less than I did when I first discovered them, I think. I think this is bad but I don't think it reduces the objectivity or otherwise of a presentation.) – cfr Mar 31 '15 at 22:49
• @cfr You are right, when i wrote that i was thinking of frames that were evolving from the center in spiral motion ans stuff like that. Yes, i have seen something like that. ;-) – Johannes_B Apr 1 '15 at 10:15
• Good grief! That does sound bad... – cfr Apr 1 '15 at 17:23