Getting deeper into beamer export and enjoying it -- props to the responsible developers.
A point of fine print that escaped me in the available documentation -- maybe I just overlooked, but probably this is something that should be clarified. When doing a buffer export, #+BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL refers to the absolute subheading level: 2 == **, 3 = *** etc. For a subtree export, you need to subtract the level of the subtree being exported. #+BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL: 2 #+TITLE: Show #1 #+AUTHOR: dlm #+EMAIL: dlm@dlm-laptop #+DATE: 2012-02-26 Sun * Presentation 1 ** Section 1 *** Frame 1 Some text *** Frame 2 More text At first I thought I would need to set the frame level to 3 (because "*** Frame 1"), but it needs to be 2 for a subtree export originating from "Presentation 1" because the frames are two levels underneath the top level. I can easily imagine that the frame level is documented as relative to the subtree being exported -- just pointing out that this is an easy place to get confused and probably would benefit from stating explicitly. hjh -- James Harkins /// dewdrop world jamshar...@dewdrop-world.net http://www.dewdrop-world.net "Come said the Muse, Sing me a song no poet has yet chanted, Sing me the universal." -- Whitman blog: http://www.dewdrop-world.net/words audio clips: http://www.dewdrop-world.net/audio more audio: http://soundcloud.com/dewdrop_world/tracks