Yes. In tgif-4.x, you can select SlideShow() from the SlideShow Submenu
of the Layout Menu to enter the slideshow mode and press the
<ESC> key to get out of the slideshow mode.
- Q: How do you navigate in slideshow mode?
If your slides are all in a sinlge tgif file (using the multipage
feature), you can advance the slides with the left and right arrow
keys on your keyboard in slideshow mode.
- Q: How come the slides don't fill up the whole screen like
it does in PowerPoint? Also, can I do animation in slideshow
Tgif's slideshow mode is at best a poorman's slideshow.
So it doesn't have many of the fancy features in PowerPoint.
- Q: I'm running 800x600 mode on my laptop, I can't see the whole
page in slideshow mode. What can I do?
Since tgif doesn't resize the slides, the settings of the file
is immortant. I've found that a setting a value between 142%
and 170% in the SetReduction() dialogbox under the Layout Menu works
pretty well (recently, I've been using 142%). With these settings,
I use size 34 and 24 text for the title and the body of a slide,
sample slide (750,701 bytes) and a gzipped
version (75,838 bytes) of it using 170% reduction/magnification
Unfortunately, if all your slides are using the default
reduction/magnification setting, you will need to resize
all the object manually in order to use a different