Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes:
>>> I think
>>> #+TITLEGRAPHICS: [[file:link.pdf]]
>>> would be cleaner.
>> I dropped this. One might need to add attributes to the graphic. The
>> #+titlegraphics approach wouldn’t allow it.
> Well, wouldn't the following work?
> #+attr_beamer: :attribute1 value1 :attribute2 value2
> #+TITLEGRAPHICS: [[file:link.pdf]]
>> + (:beamer-short-title "SHORT_TITLE" nil nil parse)
>> + (:beamer-short-subtitle "SHORT_SUBTITLE" nil nil parse)
>> + (:beamer-short-author "SHORT_AUTHOR" nil nil parse)
>> + (:beamer-short-date "SHORT_DATE" nil nil parse)
>> + (:beamer-institute "INSTITUTE" nil nil parse)
>> + (:beamer-short-institute "SHORT_INSTITUTE" nil nil parse)
> Per above, would the following be cleaner?
> #+attr_beamer: :short shortdate
> #+date: longdate
> Ditto for title, institute, author...
Looks good, but how do I get the element representation of a parsed
keyword in the :options-alist?
In the buffer, I can do
(org-export-read-attribute :attr_beamer (org-element-at-point))
But this does not work with what is stored in the info list.
I’m probably missing something obvious here...
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