I have been working on a custom theme with CSS amends etc but it would be nice if once finished i could use the Editor here to add / change pages1 vote
Done as part of the custom CSS editor.
I'm not going to great issues for each, but it would be great should add support for:
* global state
* custom events/JS files
* syntax highlighting
* fragmented views
* export to pdf25 votes
The following items have been added:
- Global states (i.e. changing bg color per slide)
- Syntax highlighting
We’ve got PDF export on the to-do list as well.
I've just created a user and wanna edit the email associated to the login2 votes
You can now edit your email, username, real name and a few other things in the account settings menu.
Something like JS Fiddle has, so I can embed inside of a blog post or on my website somewhere.5 votes
You can embed decks with a special url, just append /embed/ to the deck’s URL.
Currently, you will have to manually build that URL. We are working on making this easily accessible from the UI.
Update3: This is now available!
An example of use is here:
I'd love the ability to add custom code, like for embedding an iFrame.
Also, be able to use custom fonts, usually via services like Typekit, Google Fonts etc.16 votes
The HTML edit has since been added and it’s now possible to define custom fonts using the CSS editor (Pro-only).
I can't8 votes
You can now edit your presentations name in the editor, look for the Settings button.
The media insert tool in the editor toolbar now has an input field for YouTube/Vimeo video URLs.
this pops up when I try to log in using my openID.7 votes
We’re no longer running on AppEngine so this shouldn’t be an issue.
2 suggestions on your great product:
1/ would be great to have the single theme (white background) available as in reveal.js -> http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/?theme=simple#/
2/ Could you improve the format editing capacities with font color selection? Also would be great to choose exact size of text like 12,14,16 etc... instead of paragraphs, heading 1, heading 2.
I guess this is work in progress, but really excellent tool!
We’ve added a bunch of new themes, though some of them are Pro-only.
Font-size options and a new color picker/palette have also been released.
When entering overview mode by hitting escape, it takes you out of full screen. Perhaps offer a button in the center of the four directional arrows for overview, or a different keyboard shortcut that allows you to view the overview mode in full screen.0 votes
The overview mode can also be toggled via the ‘O’ key, which works when in fullscreen.
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