The day of the presentation. Unfortunately, PPresenter is not that widespread
(yet) that the organisation will have it installed on their systems. You
will have to use your own laptop. Test your laptop with the equipment provided
by the organization.
It would be best to have foils of your presentation, too. Unfortunately, PPresenter cannot create large printouts yet. Full-sized prints with acceptable quality are not foreseen in the near future.
Check the quality of the text. By default, PPresenter expects output to a lcd-projector. You can easily change the default settings (colour and backdrop) by specifying a different device to the viewport:
my $show = PPresenter->new; $show->change ( viewport => 'default' , -device => 'beamer' ); $show->addSlide(...)
PPresenter will scale text and images automatically to the available screensize. But you still should check if it works. Go through all of your slides, and see if all fits nice. You may need some minor adjustments (when the screensize differes from the size you designed it for)
On the moment your presentation starts, do not forget to press `
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Portable Presenter is written and maintained by Mark Overmeer. Copyright (C) 2000-2002, Free Software Foundation FSF.