[GSoC] Impress Remote Protocol
me at siqi.fr
Thu Jul 11 13:44:17 PDT 2013
Hello Andrzej and all,
That seems to be really promising ^^ I was pretty sure that there must be a
way to generate slide previews since we do have those thumbnails.
Now that I've implemented all functionalities on the client end, I'm
looking to work on the server end in order to improve certain protocols and
also add some new commands like the one used for pointer (by the way, any
hints on how to do some drawing during the presentation? I'm totally new
here :-P) etc.
Also, @Artur any news on the current improvements made on the server-end?
Have you merged your work to the master branch or a feature branch? If you
like we can discuss on certains aspects over IRC (my id: siqi). ^^
All the best!
2013/7/9 Andrzej J. R. Hunt <andrzej at ahunt.org>
> On 05/07/13 12:38, Michael Meeks wrote:
> > > For now, the server end will not send previews until either the user
> > > hits the start presentation button, or the PC side starts it.
> > IIRC this may be an artifact of the UNO interfaces involved - it
> > prolly easier to code this way. Also - if you have multiple
> > presentations loaded concurrently, there might be some fun ergonomic
> > issues :-)
> To create the previews XSlideShowController was used
> which is only available when a slideshow is running.
> I've just discovered the existence of XSlidePreviewCache though --
> maybe that would be useful for getting previews -- also when no slideshow
> is running (It
> looks like this is used for showing the thumbnails which are shown when
> editing presentations
> -- that would also be more efficient than generating them from scratch for
> the remote)?
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