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Is there a way to replicate the \framebreak functionality of beamer in powerdot? I really like powerdot templates while I also wish to have to convenience of \framebreak.

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I figure out a trick: to use \onslide* feature of powerdot. To simulate the feature, put the following in the preamble

\newcount\slidenum
\slidenum=2
\newcommand{\framebreak}[1]{\onslide*{\slidenum}{#1} \advance\slidenum by 1}

Then to write a long slide

\begin{slide}[]{A fairly long slide}
\onslide*{1}{
First slide
}
\framebreak{
Second slide
}
\framebreak{
Third slide
}
\end{slide}

Here is sample output: Simulating framebreak in powerdot

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