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Saturday June 22, 2002
11:29 PM

Full screen Mac OS X browser

[ #5873 ]

geez, I have tried MSIE, Chimera, Mozilla, Opera, OmniWeb and iCab and none of them seems to support a full screen mode. How lame is that?! Aaargh. I want to use powerbook+html for presentation foo, but apparently not in a cool way.

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  • Try AxPoint [] instead. It should be pretty easy to convert a HTML presentation to AxPoint format.
    • > Try AxPoint [] instead. It should be
      > pretty easy to convert a HTML presentation to
      > AxPoint format.

      actually, the source is in .pod. I made a new Pod::POM view to output html that is good for slides. A CSS is making neat boxes and formatting.

      AxPoint looks nice, except that typing all that XML cruft will make me forget what I am trying to say. ;-) If I get time I will try to convert my pod for my OSCON talk into axpoint format. The current need is for this Monday, so trying out n

      -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();

      • Actually if you gave me some idea of the kind of style the POD is in, I could consider how a Pod::SAX filter for converting to AxPoint format would look. That could be a very useful thing indeed!
  • I am just using Mozilla (with makeslides-generated slides) and manually (*gasp!*) resizing the browser to fill most of the screen. I don't think it will be exceptionally distracting to anyone.

    Yes, full-screen mode would be nice, but I don't see it as a show-stopper. I see proper handling of CSS, Link navigation, etc. as much more important.

    • I used it earlier today and just made the mozilla window as big as it could get. The menu bar and the mozilla title bar wasn't really distracting at all.

      I used Pod::POM for my slides (did I already mention that?) with a bunch of CSS. It worked pretty nicely.

      -- ask bjoern hansen [], !try; do();