Arne (imported from SE)
Is there an overlay specification for \frame<...>{ that yields the last version of the frame if the frame is built with relative overlays?

The handout version achieves this, but sets it globally. I'm looking for a frame-specific solution. I think it works (not elegantly) with \frame<N>{ for some sufficiently large N.
samcarter
You can temporarily switch on the behaviour of handout mode before the frame you want to show fully uncovered and then go back to normal beamer mode after the frame:


\documentclass{beamer}

\makeatletter
\newcommand{\switchhandout}{\gdef\beamer@currentmode{handout}}
\newcommand{\switchbeamer}{\gdef\beamer@currentmode{beamer}}
\makeatother

\begin{document}

\begin{frame}
normal
\pause
mode
\end{frame}

\switchhandout
\begin{frame}
handout
\pause
mode
\end{frame}
\switchbeamer

\begin{frame}
normal
\pause
mode
\end{frame}

\end{document}


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(I would prefer if this answer would not be reposted on tex.se)