Re: Presentation with Free Software
I've also done this. I used the prosper package (prosper.sf.net) which
provides another document class in LaTeX. I've used it also to generate
PDF's but for my final presentation, I had to use Acrobat in full screen
mode on a PC running XP (double yuk !! :). Using EPS figures from xfig
and xmgr resulted in a really "clean" looking presentation (content not
withstanding ;-) ...
Another option for you might be to try Mozilla in full screen mode. It
can now do MathML, so should take care of any formulae you may have. A
long time ago, I saw a comp. sci. prof. give his talk in HTML, and that
was cool, as to how well it worked for him.
> On Oct 02 2002, christophe barbé wrote:
> > Also I plan to do a presentation with my new TiBook. So if you have
> > tips on how to achieve this goal...
> I think that you can use LaTeX, generating a pdf file and then
> playing the pdf for your audience with xpdf. Using LaTeX is
> the best approach if your subject is Math-oriented and you
> need a good amount of formulas.
> In the worst possible situation, you could use your pdf inside
> MacOS with Acrobat Reader (which is able to do the transitions