I just had this thought on the way back from Korean class.
Why not have in addition to the fullscreen mode, a presentation mode,
where one can get out of it with the ESCAPE key, without any toolbars,
scrollbars, etc. Only the canvas.
The more complete ideas is to move us into the position similar to
FLASH, where we *could* give a presentation, with hyperlinks that link
to other SVG files withint the same window, and be able to navigate
between local/global documents.
To take this even further, and extra cool, would be to "Save as SVG
Player," where we could wrap the SVG file(s) into a binary packed player
with our rendering engine inside, portable away from Inkscape, so that
one could put it on a CD or even package it with KNOPPIX for an
independent playback. This would put us more in the multimedia SVG
game--in league with FLASH.
For now, Johan, it would be soooo cool to also have a presentation mode
with ONLY the canvas (maybe no control key for this now) and you can get
out by hitting any key (ESCAPE though would be preferred).
FYI: Illustrator has a similar mode for editing of files.
It would seem to me to be an easy functionality to add, but when coupled
with hyperlinking between documents within the same window, in
sp_anchor_link_follow() in src/object-ui.cpp, we could have a quick
little presentation system.
On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 14:30, MenTaLguY wrote:
On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 14:11, Johan Ceuppens wrote:
> I've put in a ctrl-F11 shortcut. I'm not familiar with Illustrator, so
> put in ctrl-shift-F11 to revert back. Is that ok ?
Well, probably just having a single keybinding to toggle to/from
fullscreen would be fine.
Jonathan Phillips <jon@...15...>