[OSGeoLive] Presentation.

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Tue Feb 27 11:38:02 PST 2018


You should be able to run the presentation from an OSGeo-Live USB. Maybe 
try downloading that.

Otherwise, it sounds like the relative links are not working in whatever 
you have downloaded.

You could try (from a bash command line):

wget -p -k https://live.osgeo.org/en/presentation/index.html

(this will download a web page, and used pages and convert links for you).

I think if you do a "Save" command from a web browser, it will do 
something similar as well.

Alternatively, look at the source code and search for relative links and 
change them manually. Lines like the following will be likely candidates:
<script src="../../reveal.js/lib/js/head.min.js"></script>

If none of this works, then I'm afraid I'm out of ideas and you will 
need to find someone more helpful than me or work it out for yourself.

On 28/2/18 6:16 am, Basques, Bob (CI-StPaul) wrote:
> Hi Cameron,
> The “s” options works fine when I run it from the Website (online), 
> but when I try to save the presentation locally and run if from a 
> local file location, the NOTE aspects are not found.  I can get both 
> to work independently (so far).  I downloaded the NOTEs pages locally 
> as a separate download,  just trying to link them together correctly, 
> in the main presentation.
> I want to be able to run without a internet connection, etc.  all 
> resources contained on a Thumb drive.
> Just looking for hints on where the link might be in the main 
> presentation.
> bobb
>> On Feb 27, 2018, at 1:08 PM, Cameron Shorter 
>> <cameron.shorter at gmail.com <mailto:cameron.shorter at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Hi Bob,
>> As it seems you have noticed, the front page of the slide deck [1] says:
>> /Press "s" for slide notes, ESC to zoom out, SPACE / arrow keys to 
>> navigate./
>> It is possible you have been pressing upper case "S" (which doesn't 
>> work) instead of lower case "s" (which should work).
>> What should happen is another browser window will open up. If your 
>> browser has been configured to prevent the opening of popups, then 
>> that might be the problem you are experiencing. Maybe see if you have 
>> an error message saying that a window is being blocked from being 
>> opened, or check your settings, or try a different browser.
>> Hope that helps, Cameron
>> [1] https://live.osgeo.org/en/presentation/index.html#/
>> On 28/2/18 5:07 am, Basques, Bob (CI-StPaul) wrote:
>>> All (or Cameron),
>>> I’m givong the OSGeoLive presentation next week and I have a 
>>> localized copy of the Reveal.js presentation, but I can’t seem to 
>>> figure out how to easily get the presenter notes.
>>> This is actually the first time I’ve even worried about, since the 
>>> presentation itself just works as a localized set of file, but I 
>>> figured I would try to get the Notes working too.
>>> I want to run from a USB  (HTML) folder.  Again I have the 
>>> presentation just fine, jus tlooking for hints on an easy way to get 
>>> the NOTE working.  I tried a couple of Link changes in the main 
>>> file, but I didn’t see anything obvious that the “S” option 
>>> activates in the HTML.  Still looking.
>>> Thanks
>>> all
>>> bobb
>>> "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time 
>>> to pause and reflect.”
>>> -  Mark Twain
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>> -- 
>> Cameron Shorter
>> Technology Demystifier, Learnosity
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Cameron Shorter
Technology Demystifier, Learnosity
Open Technologies Consultant

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