# A Beamer environment that automatically warps paragraphs in \onslide<x-y>?

Is there an environment in Beamer that wraps paragraphs in it with the \onslide command?

i.e. instead of writing this:

\onslide<1->{
This is the first paragraph.
}

\onslide<2->{
And this is the second paragraph.
}

\onslide<3->{
And this... you get the point.
}

it would be possible to write something like this:

\begin{specialenv}
This is the first paragraph.

And this is the second paragraph.

And this... you get the point.
\end{specialenv}
• I think a macro is required. – Sebastiano Apr 4 at 10:25
• This is my very humble opinion, but aren't paragraphs inappropriate as a presentation content ? I mean, the less text the better in general. Also, itemize environments sort of do this already, if you use \item[] to remove the bullet – BambOo Apr 18 at 13:24
• Any news on this problem ? – BambOo May 22 at 11:08