You can see the slide map on the bottom right corner of the presentation. The slide map allows you and the viewers to see where in the presentation you are going. By clicking the map, you get the other presentation tools to show (see picture 1.)
- If you only have one slide on the presentation the slide map looks like a black cube.
- If you have multiple slides in the presentation the slide map looks like this. The black dot represents where you are located in the presentation.
Clicking the slide map in play mode, you get the presentation tools visible.
The tools from top to bottom are:
- Enter fullscreen mode
- You can also press F on the keyboard to enter fullscreen mode.
- To exit fullscreen toggle from the presentation tools, press F or ESC on the keyboard.
- Fullscreen mode currently does not work in Internet Explorer.
- Enter presentation overview (see picture 2.)
- You can navigate easily from the overview.
- If you are presenting with Seidat Live, you can be in the overview, but the customer see's the slide you are showing (blue outline on the active slide)
- You can enter overview also by pressing O on your keyboard.
- Toggle navigator arrows
- You can activate the navigator arrows while presenting with touchscreen device (mobile phone, tablet, etc.).
- This allows you to press the arrows to change the slide.
- Press in the middle of the arrows to show the navigation center menu again.
- Toggle autoplay
- You can activate autoplay to change the slides automatically after a set time (in seconds).
- This is handy in trade fairs for example.
- The time each slide is shown can be set in presentation settings.
- You can pause and continue playing from bottom left from the autoplay timer.
- Autoplay can also be paused by pressing spacebar on the keyboard.
- You can hide the autoplay timer by hiding the map (see next tool).
- Show only on hover
- Hides the map from play mode, can be seen by hovering the mouse on the bottom right corner.
- Hiding the map will also hide the autoplay timer if autoplay is in use.
Picture 1. Play mode.
Picture 2. Presentation overview on play mode
Picture 3. Autoplay