Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Is it possible to mount a slide-show on a Linux web-site?
Have you considered using a browser to do the presentation?
I gave a presentation using firefox, last Nov to DIT Netsoc:
Generally one always wants to publish a talk on the web,
so why not use it directly?
To use firefox for presentation:
1. Hide all the toolbars with the View->Toolbars menu
2. F11 to go fullscreen
3. Ctrl-± to the appropriate (usually larger) default text size
4. Configure access keys in the HTML to go forward/back.
I used Alt+n & Alt+p above.
The presentation scales to the available resolution.
OO at least has fixed resolution.
If you have internet access during the talk, it's easy to have
links (to new tabs) in the presentation. Also Ctrl-L and Ctrl-T
work as normal.
firefox doesn't use projection media (css) for fullscreen (opera does).
See also http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/page.html
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