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Feedback on SlideNavPlugin

-- GeorgeNevilleNeil - 16 Jan 2006

Thanks George for contributing this Plugin! smile


  • I made a few changes to the Plugin topic, feel free to carry this over into the next release
  • Remove the benchmarks section and fill in the nn numbers in the Plugin info table
  • Add some examples to the "Examples" section (or remove that section)
  • Describe "Test if the installation was successful"

-- PeterThoeny - 16 Jan 2006

i checked the source into SVN:8330

-- WillNorris - 16 Jan 2006

Maybe I'm missing something, but can't you do the same thing with SlideShowPlugin, by defining all the slides in different topics and then including them into the main presentation?

-- PankajPant - 17 Jan 2006

The point is that you can have a database of slides all in TWiki and then put them all into different presentations. So, for example, the "Questions" slide that says the same thing everywhere is one slide used in N presentations. The same idea is applied to all slides, which is nice because then you can easily build a technical and a non-technical presentation on the same subject without creating more slides and of course a change to the single slide updates all presentations.

-- GeorgeNevilleNeil - 19 Jan 2006

I still don't understand the difference. We have a large 3 part training presentation that is in 3 separate topics. There is a top level topic that includes the other 3 to create the full slide set. Each presentation can be viewed standalone if desired.

This can be taken to an extreme by creating a new topic for each slide, and then including them all in the desired order ... which, so far as I can tell, is what this plugin is trying to acheive.

If you want a slide navigation bar, I have put instructions in SlideShowPluginDev to enable S5 support, which is much more slick than any other web presentation setup.

-- PankajPant - 19 Jan 2006

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