SimpleSlideShow was designed to be an easy to use application that would help you display a rotating collection of full screen images, ideally suited to foyer presentations, etc.
When the program runs, it initially displays a message stating no images were found. Insert a USB stick containing a collection of JPEG images (1280×720 is a good size for a 42″ plasma…), and the magic will begin.
After a collection of images is loaded, subsequent bootups / running of the program will use the existing set of images, but inserting a USB stick again with more images will replace all images with those on the memory stick.
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1. Shows a collection of pictures.
2. Using a fade transition, they’ll slide in and out from the right
3. Uses UIAccelerometer to detect when the mouse is moved.
4. A menu bar on top of the image view to
5. Enable you to pause and restart the show
6. Enable you to slide the pictures into a cycle mode
7. Enable you to pause and resume the cycle
8. Displays a counter on the bottom of the screen that tells you how many pictures there are
9. Adjusts images so that they’re centered on the screen
10. Saves images to a folder
11. Gives you a menu to save the current set of pictures as a set of PPTX files
12. Can be used with UITextField
13. Saving PPT files, XLS, and PPTX files is provided.
a. Press menu key, select Photo Library
b. Select All Photos
c. Select the menu option New SlideShow (this will create the required.plist file to be used to execute the program).
a. Connect the drive containing the images you want to use in your slideshow.
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b. The slideshow will appear with a menu bar on top
c. Click on File -> New SlideShow
d. The folder with the images you want to use will appear on the left hand side, along with the current images you’ve used.
e. Click on the folder.
f. Click on New SlideShow
g. Wait for the slideshow to finish loading.
a. When complete, close the slide show.
a. Copy the new slide show file by highlighting it and clicking the Edit menu option.
b. Press the Go menu key and select Copy to the desktop.
c. Open the Desktop folder, and the slideshow will be there.
d. Drag the slideshow to the Applications folder.
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b. The slideshow will appear and the folder will be empty.
c. Insert a memory stick with images on it and wait for the slideshow to complete.
d. The slideshow will now have images on the memory stick inserted, and any new insertions will replace the existing images.
a. If you want to stop the slideshow
KEYMACRO supports both single key repeat mode and toggle key repeat mode. You can enter keyboard macros that are then activated by pressing one or more keys on the keyboard. You may use any combination of the 16 keyboard function keys (fn1 – fn16), or the CapsLock, Ctrl, Alt, or Shift keys.
When you first start KEYMACRO, you may enter a series of keyboard macros (or “key bindings”) to be entered when the keys are pressed during your session. You can enter one or more keyboard macros. Entering an empty macro disables key binding mode. You can also assign a key for keyboard macro activation and enter a key sequence to be used. You may also enter a single keypress (key) that is not used in the macro.
In addition to the keyboard functions (fn1 – fn16), you may use the CapsLock, Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys. The key combinations that you can define to be activated by pressing a key may be any combination of the Fn, Ctrl, Alt, or Shift keys. For example, to assign CapsLock as the key to be pressed, the key combination CapsLock+CapsLock (with the CapsLock key first) can be entered.
The following keyboard functions are available when in key binding mode:
1) Tab (Tab to next field in the sequence)
2) Up Arrow (Scroll up in the list)
3) Down Arrow (Scroll down in the list)
4) Left Arrow (Scroll left in the list)
5) Right Arrow (Scroll right in the list)
6) Enter (Accept the current keyboard macro)
7) Tab (To the next keyboard macro, press the Tab key)
8) Backspace (Delete the last keyboard macro, press the Backspace key)
9) Delete (Deletes the current keyboard macro and the following keys)
10) Home (Move to the first key in the list)
11) End (Move to the last key in the list)
12) Delete (Deletes the current keyboard macro and the following keys)
13) Backspace (Deletes the last key in the current keyboard macro, and the keys that follow)
14) Tab (Deletes the current keyboard macro and the following keys, and moves to the next keyboard macro)
15) CapsLock (Capslock toggles the mode between macros and key bindings)
16) None (Toggles key binding mode back to normal)
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This program uses the screen space of your full screen windows to rotate a collection of images.
This is a simple program that just displays a rotating collection of full screen images. When you first start the program, it shows you the number of images you have selected to display on your screen. You can then use the arrows to move through the images.
When the program is run, it needs to know the location of the files it will be using. Therefore, it looks to see where the folders are that contain your images. If you use a single folder, then all of your images will be in a folder called SlideShow1. This program will look for the images in SlideShow1 by default. However, you can enter the location where the images are. To do this, set the ‘image_folder’ to a specific location.
The images are used in a loop; this means that the next image will be displayed as soon as the image that is currently displayed on the screen finishes.
As the images are displayed, you can see the files name of each image is displayed in the bottom corner of the screen.
If you want to do more, you can add a title to the image. I used a longer description as an example. To do this, set the image_description_start to a starting point and the image_description_end to a finishing point. The program will then display that image with the title between the starting and finishing points.
For example, if you set the image_description_start to 300 and the image_description_end to 800, the program will display the title of the image between the 300 and 800 of the screen. You can then add the additional text that you would like to describe the image.
When you press the space bar, the program will stop the image changing to show the next image.
It also has the ability to allow for video files to be used. For example, if you have inserted a USB stick that has a PowerPoint presentation, SimpleSlideShow will automatically convert the presentation to a slideshow.
For example, if you insert a USB stick that has a presentation and click run, SimpleSlideShow will then automatically convert the presentation to a slideshow. SimpleSlideShow runs as a 64-bit process on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10, and is provided with no royalty fee. It can be downloaded here.
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SimpleSlideShow is a SimpleFile based, event driven program that will display a collection of images as a slide show. It is ideal for presentations where you would like to rotate a collection of images through a projector.
You can use it to display a collection of images through a projector, or you can use it to display a slide show on a monitor, or both!
To see how it can be used, check out the individual applications for more information, but here’s how it works.
In the main window, click on “Insert”, “Load” or “Boot” to use the existing images in memory, or you can use a USB key to load your images.
There are three main modes of operation:
Mode 1: Display the images in a slide show.
You can choose the transition effects between images, as well as the speed, the order in which the images appear, and the length of the show.
The order in which the images will appear is based on their size on screen.
Larger images will appear later in the show, smaller images earlier.
You can use either a transition effect that gradually builds up to full opacity, or a single transition to full opacity.
Mode 2: Insert a collection of images (or images from a USB key) in the background.
When you “boot” the image collection, they will always appear.
You can change the order in which they appear, and how long they will remain in the background.
You can choose to automatically hide the images after a specified length of time.
Mode 3: Use this mode to manually insert an image collection into the program.
You can use this mode to insert a collection of images on a USB stick, or from a CD ROM.
You can change the order in which the images will appear, and how long they will remain in the background.
You can change the order in which they appear, and how long they will remain in the background.
If you have a large image collection, and you want to view them one at a time, you can choose the “run” mode, and then choose a particular image.
The images will appear in the order that you have specified, at whatever speed you have selected.
If you select a “slow” speed, the images will take a long time to appear.
If you select a “fast” speed, the images will appear a lot faster.
You can select a “random” speed to have the images appear randomly.
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