Presenting with LiveCode instead of PowerPoint/Keynote

Björnke von Gierke bvg at mac.com
Fri Mar 18 12:21:13 EDT 2011


It's even easier then that:

set the navigationArrows to true

Note that the documentation says it's true by default. that is wrong for the ide where they're disabled by default (but it is true in standalones).

On 18 Mar 2011, at 17:05, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> On 3/18/11 7:38 AM, Keith Clarke wrote:
>> Hi folks, Given LiveCode's multimedia power, I want to move from
>> presenting purely conceptual ideas in PowerPoint/Keynote to using
>> LiveCode as - a container for concepts together with real moving
>> parts from my evolving application as development progresses.
>> 
>> I'm thinking more along the lines of some of the RunRev Live 09
>> session than a full-blown, full self-running 'kiosk' experience.
>> 
>> Are there any tutorials, example stacks or resources to help get
>> started in the right way - or is this an area where everyone tends to
>> create their own personal tool-belt from scratch?
> 
> 
> It's so dead-simple that I don't think it needs a tutorial. You just create one card per "slide" and then add a "go next" button or a handler to catch a keystroke that goes to the next card. That's about it.
> 
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