copy the following tiddlers into yours
newSlideViewTemplate tag:$:/tags/ViewTemplate,myMacros (if you want)
closeAtBottomAsides tags:$:/tags/ViewTemplate, myMacros
bigFont tags:$:/tags/Stylesheet, myMacros
bigFont2 tags:$:/tags/Stylesheet, myMacros * this one refers to image
tiddlers, which you will have to name appropriately for whatever background
you wanted. I separated out these from bigFont because there's a major
delay in rendering it when you open the tiddler because the uri for the
image tiddler reference is so big.
paper2.jpg (whatever image tiddler you want)
$:/themes/tiddlywiki/centralised/styles.tid (pick in the control panel
* that one I had to tweak the numbers to get it the way I wanted it. You
might want to do the same.
Let me know if that works
On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 10:46:31 AM UTC-6, Andrew Lister wrote:
> That allows me to put a new presentation into your TW. What I was thinking
> about is integrating whatever mods you are using into an existing TW that I
> have - going the other direction, as it were. It seems that there's quite a
> few additions, however; I'm looking at the list of items in myMacros. Some
> of those are for things like sliders, which aren't essential to the
> presentation (though they're nice to have). Which ones are essential? What
> tiddlers from your TW would I have to copy into mine to make mine work like
> Thinking about it some more, what I would actually like is if there were a
> default slide show theme that one could activate on any slide, without
> having to do any modification. Then all it would take is to add a link to
> the next slide, and the presentation would be set up. That would be the
> most minimal possible slide presentation approach; just change the theme,
> and add links oneself (though not ideal to have links taking up space in
> slide content).
> In your presentation TW, you've defined an order to the slides, and added
> nice forward and backward buttons to the right and the left. Those are nice
> additions. In principle, one could define multiple orders, to have multiple
> presentations out of the same TW. Saq Imtiaz made a slide plugin for TW
> classic that worked like this.
> On Friday, 16 September 2016 17:55:57 UTC+2, Dave wrote:
>> I just went to the main menu (open up the side panel), clicked "O" to
>> open the main menu tiddler and added [[another presentation]], opened it up
>> to edit, added the "slide" tag, and put the order field as "100". You
>> could jump to that point and just add slides from there. The only problem
>> would be that if you reached the previously "last" slide from the lower
>> numbers, the "next" (>>) chevron would still appear at the bottom right
>> indicating there's more slides, so each presentation would have to have a
>> distinct "The End" I suppose :)
>> Is that what you're going for?
>> On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 2:31:25 AM UTC-6, Andrew Lister wrote:
>>> Hi Dave,
>>> I like the look and functionality of your presentation TW. I know I
>>> could just add content to it to create a stand-alone presentation. But what
>>> I'd really like is for each of my TWs to have this functionality built in,
>>> so that at the click of a button (changing the theme, I suppose) I could
>>> start to present. Is that possible? What would I have to add from your
>>> presentation TW to mine in order to get it to work like that? Or is there a
>>> simpler way of going about this? I want to avoid fiddling with technical
>>> stuff, as much as possible.
>>> On Thursday, 14 April 2016 06:33:20 UTC+2, Dave wrote:
>>>> I made this
>>>> for general use as a TW5 version of powerpoint. I'm sure it can be
>>>> improved, but its a good start.
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