[Pdx-pm] Testing WYDIWYS

Brent Dombrowski brent.dombrowski at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 13:32:09 PDT 2009

Works fine for me on Safari and Firefox.
I have a Nintendo Wii controler and am running Remote Buddy on my home
theater machine. I was able to change slides with the direction buttons in
both Safari and Firefox. I could go back and forth between slides with
up/down or left/right in Firefox. Up/down worked in Safari, but left/right
did something else. If I get some time, I'll check the binds to see if they
are different between the two apps.

On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 10:51 AM, Keith Lofstrom <keithl at kl-ic.com> wrote:

> I need some Mac help!
> WYDIWYS ( What You Draw Is What You See ) is a webslide image
> presentation tool, with some ideas stolen from Eric Wilhelm's
> Text::Slidez .  It uses keyCodes to navigate.  I've tested it
> with Firefox on Linux, and Firefox, IE8, and Chrome on Win7 .
> I don't have a Mac, but I would like to know what it does with
> Safari (you will need to enable Javascript and Flash).  MacMongers,
> if you would be so very kind,  please point your web browser at:
>  http://server-sky.com/wydiwys
> Look at the usage instructions, then start the presentation:
>  http://server-sky.com/slides/wydiwys_demo/
> Let me know if the keyboard navigation works.  Extra bonus points
> if you have a USB wireless presenter and try that as well.
> If this works right, the testing should only take a minute or two.
> Keith
> P.S. - the actual wydiwys presentation synthesis code is written
> (I use the term loosely) in Perl, making it vaguely relevant to
> this list.  Please do not look at the code within 4 hours of eating,
> as I am a PerlMangler, only wishing to be a PerlMonger.
> --
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