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    Aral Balkan commented  · 

    I noticed you can find the total number of slides in the content summary (… → View Content Summary). Still haven’t been able to find which slide I’m on in the editor though (e.g., 56 of 168).

    Aral Balkan commented  · 

    Ah, custom CSS doesn’t work for the presenter display. The reason the progress back overrides work is because those elements are part of the presentation itself.

    I’ll open a separate issue for having custom CSS for the presenter display.

    Aral Balkan commented  · 

    I just realised that custom CSS also works for the presenter display (wooghoo!) – so you can style the progress indicator (and anything else, I guess) on that screen.

    To make the progress indicator unmissable on stage, I’m using the following CSS:

    /*
    Progress bar: set its colour and height so it can easily be
    seen from further away on stage when presenting.
    */
    .progress span {
    background: #ff0000;
    }

    .progress {
    height: 2rem;
    }

    So, I’d like to narrow this enhancement request to having the current slide and total slide numbers exposed in the editor view so that we can orient ourselves while preparing a presentation.

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    Aral Balkan commented  · 

    The ability to seamlessly animate objects from one slide to the next is one of the greatest features in Keynote.

    I haven’t had a chance to look into reveal.js yet but I assume the data structure contains slide objects that contain the various elements on a slide. This could be implemented by giving ids to elements and, if the transition type is set to, for example “auto animate”, key properties of elements with the same id can be tweened (e.g., x position, y position, width, height, opacity, rotation).

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