[OS X TeX] Beamer question

Jimi Alphapower at gmx.de
Thu Feb 5 19:39:03 CET 2009


Hi Jason,

a comment which does not answer your question but might be an  
alternative:

I had the same question as you but gave up the search when I saw  
Apples presentation program "Keynote" and the freeware
tool "PDF to Keynote". After years with slides and beamer packages, I  
know prepare my presentations in beamer and convert them
to a Keynote-file. I write then my notes in Keynote and use the  
presenter screen which shows beside the actual slide also the next
one, my notes and two stop watches. And, I can control the  
presentation with the iPhone. Especially the stop watches are extremely
useful in presentations with strict time limits (conferences, etc. )

Unfortunately, the functionality of the buttons on the slides get lost  
during the conversion since static pictures are produced. But I
have never used them, except during my lectures in which, however, I  
never used notes nor a presenter screen.

Jimi


Am 05.02.2009 um 18:33 schrieb J. McKenzie Alexander:

> According to the beamer documentation, one can configure it so that  
> notes (or other information) is shown on a second screen during a  
> presentation. After trying this out, it seems that what it does is  
> create a PDF file with each "page" of the PDF containing two screens  
> of material, side-by-side. How do I configure my system so that the  
> page of notes is shown on my laptop while the main presentation is  
> shown on the projector?  What PDF viewer do people use when showing  
> beamer presentations?  (I ask because I've been using Skim, since  
> that seems to be the only PDF viewer that lets me use the Apple  
> Remote to navigate through the pages, but I've not been able to  
> configure Skim to handle multiple screens.)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Jason
>
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> Dr J. McKenzie Alexander
> Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
> London School of Economics and Political Science
> Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE
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