[NTG-context] t-rsteps and starttyping

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Fri Sep 23 12:46:15 CEST 2005


� wrote:

>On Thu, 22 Sep 2005, Hans Hagen wrote:
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>>Some of the older presentation styles build the pages stepwise, they use
>>either boxes, or buffers (i must look into it, but there is also one that
>>plugs into the otr; in your case, collecting in a box and uncopying it is
>>probably the best method. 
>>
>>there is no general robust solution for this that does not messes up
>>something so it depends on the kin df presentation 
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>When I used LaTeX, I used prosper and seminar for presentations.
>(some results: http://pmrb.free.fr/prosper/
>  and http://pmrb.free.fr/work/cours/ )
>There was no JavaScript but it was really robust: no problems with
>equations, figures, listings etc. Perhaps it is possible to copy their
>mechanisms?
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>
many latex packages coem down to 'redefining low level things' 

also, when collecting and flushing pieces of content, spacing is a tricky business (watch closely to presentations made quick and you'll notice those side effects) 

my approach to presentations is that (normally) they should be rather simple, and the style and (either or not stepwise) approach depends on the content, presentation and audience, which in practice means that i don't use general solutions (apart from the fact that i don't like things looking the same; just as one can recognize a powerpoint presentation, one can recognize a beamer one -) 

so, the only thing that i can do with respect to supporting general puspose step-wise presentations is to provide hooks and configuration options; 

Hans 


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