Map key for remote device (for horizontal and vertical navigation)
I love Slides and I love using remote devices like the logitech spotlight (even if slid.es smartphone remote link is handy).
BUT usually remote devices emulate the right keyboard press (and only that).
It'll be really nice to have an option to (temporarily?) remap the right key and N key (next slide) to be able to use remote device with complexe deck (with vertical and horizontal transitions).
I found this Medium post and plugin to do it with reveal.js but it'll be cool to have it directly on slid.es
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Justin Cobler commented
I support this feature as well.
slid.es is very nice app to have such a feature.
We need to be able to use right key and N key to be able to use remote devices with complex deck.
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Aymeric Proux commented
@Hakim Actually you could "just" add a checkbox on the present view settings (with fullscreen, cursor, control and scale options.. before starting a presentation) that adds the parameter ?naviagationMode=linear when the presentation starts. No?
Aymeric Proux commented
@Hakim : thanks for the tips. It'll do the trick for now :)
AdminHakim (Co-founder, Slides) commented
This is a good idea and something we may add as an option to the present view.
In the meantime, you can remap the keys by appending "?navigationMode=linear" to the end of your presentation URL. Here's a working example: https://slides.com/news/make-better-presentations?navigationMode=linear