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Posted: Tue May 08, 2012 11:08 pm   Post subject: feature request: gotoSlide > Step

Hi

maybe it is already possible, if yes i didn't find how to achieve this: an interesting feature would be to specify the step in a slide where we want users to be sent. does the function gotoSlide allows to reach directly the actual step, or only the begining of the current slide ?

also, how to remove the window asking if we want to be sent to the last viewed slide , and directly send user to the matching slide (or step actually)

thank you !


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Posted: Wed May 09, 2012 5:21 pm   Post subject: Re: feature request: gotoSlide > Step

iSpring publishes PowerPoint presentation preserving almost every point of the original presentation. It is obvious that iSpring created presentation is based on PPT file and its behavior. There is an option in PowerPoint to make a hyperlink to go to some specific slide but not to some slide and animation step.

When it comes to using ActionScript API to control the presentation it appears to be more flexible than if you were used a regular PowerPoint presentation. You can set slide to start presentation show. You can use gotoSlide() method to choose the slide and use gotoNextStep() or gotoPreviousStep() to navigate within per slide.

You can turn off the option Resume presentation playback from the last slide viewed. Please us -rp on or -rp off command line parameter to switch this option.


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Posted: Wed May 09, 2012 5:22 pm   Post subject: Re: feature request: gotoSlide > Step

You can read more about IPresentationPlaybackController interface in our user manual:
http://www.ispringsolutions.com/help/topic/platform.6/asdoc/index.html?ispring/presenter/player/IPresentationPlaybackController.html

I hope this information will be helpful.


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