I forgot to note: my iReactable project proposal for CSE 237D is up. I’ll be making an iPhone app, a data transmission protocol, and a server-side synthesizer.
Archive for April, 2009
Rands just posted some more Keynote goodness, and one gem made the entire read worthwhile:
Once you’ve fired up presentation mode, you have a slew of features to help you navigate disaster. All of these features are available by hitting the ? in this mode…
What? How have I never seen this?
We’ve all sat through the awkward pauses as the presenter tries to skip back and forth between his heavily-animated slides. I’ve even been that presenter. But not anymore!
There are shortcuts for skipping between slides (and not just build items), throwing up a black screen, and it turns out the number keys will pop up a “slide switcher overlay” for jumps. Fantastic. Now, when my audience asks to “go back to that one slide with the picture,” I don’t have to exit the presentation, find the slide, and restart.
Keynote, you are awesome.