[OS X TeX] Tip on using Présentation

renaud blanch rndblnch at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 16:25:02 CET 2019

> Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 15:57:24 +0000
> From: Luis Sequeira <lfsequeira at gmail.com>
> To: TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Subject: [OS X TeX] Tip on using Pr?sentation
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> Hi
> This is a user tip that may come handy someday, so I thought I'd share.
> As those who use LaTeX to do presentations may know, there is a great tool for presenting called "Pr?sentation", which, to begin with, does not suffer from the screen redraw problem, and also offers a presenter's screen, notes, and more.
> Today, my daughter called in panic. She was about to start a presentation (part of her Masters' program), and no matter what she tried, the two screens were reversed (i.e., the presenter's screen was showing in the projector, and the full screen slides on her mac). Fortunately, we figured it out in the nick of time!
> The solution was to make sure the "main screen" was the laptop's: in System Preferences->Displays->Arrangement, drag the little menu bar to the laptop screen representation.

or you can press the x key to switch the screens.


> LS

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