Very nice. There are a couple of other apps that do something similar
Maybe you should add yours there as well. They all take a slightly
different approach, with yours probably being the most useful / up to
How did you handle the bullet lists, out of interest? I'm not aware of
an efficient way of doing that in Inkscape.
On Thu, 28 Feb 2008 17:51:34 -0400
Hannes Hochreiner <hannes@...2460...> wrote:
I have used Inkscape for a while now, and the more I use it, the
more I like it. Congratulations to the whole community and thanks a
lot for your work! Among other things, I use Inkscape to edit
illustrations for my presentations. One thing that I don't like
about the process, is that I create the images, then export them to
PDF and afterwards import them into Keynote. It's not very convenient
and that got me thinking about a way to improve the process.
After looking at different approaches for web slide shows (based on
into a slide show. Every layer of the image becomes one slide. The
beauty of the approach is that the set-up and the definition of the
transitions can be done from within Inkscape and everything is
contained in the SVG image file. To view the presentation the SVG
support. So far, I tested it successfully in Firefox and Safari on
OSX and in Firefox on WindowsXP.
There is lots more that could still be done to improve the code and
to integrate it better with Inkscape, but I wanted to see what
people think about it before I continue to work on improvements. You
can download the image (presentation) from the link below. I hope
you'll have fun playing around with it. Feedback and pointers to
other approaches for solving the same problem are always appreciated.
The image above uses the DejaVu fonts. If you don't have them on
your system, other fonts will be used and the results will look
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