Convert ordinary source written in HTML+CSS to presentation sheets.
Animation effects can be specified by class name of CSS.
Auto font resizing according to browser size.
Useful built-in animation which express dialog/Q&A can be written easily
All you need is Moz., at the presentation.
Document will be making sense as long as Mozilla lasts.
Seeing is believing! Have a look at demonstration with MoP!
Source of the presentation is written in HTML format. Those who know grammer of HTML can easily create sheets of presentation quickly.
Copy all files from archive above to appropriate directory. That's all.
After creating a directory for your work and chdir there,
mop.rb -init'. You'll get neccessary files
in that directory.
template.html to the file preferred name,
foo.html for example.
See the contents of the file. Skip the preceding lines because they are fixed statements. See lines after the first <h1>. You'll find that they are very easy.
Modify the contents of the file with dividing pages with each <h1> ... </h1>. Take care how many lines are suitable for one sheet. 7 to 10 lines are adequate.
mop.rb foo.html' to get sheets.
With Mozilla browser, see slide-01.html which is the first page of sheets.
Operate as vi-editor; hjkl.
Install teTeX suites.
Install Ghostscript suites.
(Those who are interested in this topic might have already done them.)
ps2img psimglib.pltwo files. Then copy them into MoP's
Apply patches files in
./ps2img/ to ps2img files.
% cd ps2img % cat *.diff | patch % ln -s ps2img eqn2png
% ./eqn2png 'y=f(x)' hoge.png 3 % cat *.diff | patch % ln -s ps2img eqn2png
to confirm whether your installation is appropriate.
If so, you'll get pretty equation image in
Make symbolic links as below;
% cd .. % ln -s ps2img/ps2img tex2png % ln -s ps2img/ps2img eqn2png
Put the following expression into the body of your HTML source for presentation.
Function <span class="eqn">y=f(x)</span> is ....
See the result by seeing slide-??.html