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Re: [Orgmode] Re: s5 presentation

From: Dov Grobgeld
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: s5 presentation
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2010 09:12:21 +0200

Thanks for your code, and for your help.

I don't know what I did yesterday, but today, I got queried whether to allow BIND values in the buffer, and I then  managed to see s5-demo.org in S5 mode in my browser, but something is messed up in the display. I see the first slide, but "in a layer below it", the html text appears, and thus I have two layers of text which, one which scrolls (below) and one static (on top). I checked it with two firefox versions and two S5 versions but the problem remains. I put the resulting html file at:


Do you have any idea of what wrong?


On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 02:53, Yann Hodique <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>>> "Dov" == Dov Grobgeld <address@hidden> writes:

> I tried to get the s5 presentation mode from
> https://github.com/sigma/org-s5running, but I'm missing something. I
> followed all the steps in the README,
> but how do you generate the S5:ified html? I tried simply doing [C-c C-e b]
> but it did not open up in s5 mode. What am I missing? Should the generated
> html contain the contents of preamble in org-s5.el? It does not.


I'm the author of this little hack, so first thanks for your interest :)
You're right, the goal is to have it work by just exporting to html, so
C-c C-e b should just work.

I suspect that you might have not inserted the magic line
| #+SETUPFILE: s5.org
at the beginning of the file you're trying to export as s5.

Re-reading the README, I must admit it's far from being clear that the
magic comes from there... (will fix that immediately)

Does that help ?


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