RationaleI work in research, and once in a while I need to give a talk or lecture. Normally I would use Apple's Keynote to show the presentation, but right now I have a Vista-based notebook. So my idea was to simply export the slides to a PDF using my Mac at home or create some slides with Beamer or Google Docs, and then show the presentation using my laptop and some ordinary PDF viewer.
After I tried that for the first time I instantly noticed something very useful is missing: The ability to have one screen that displays the content of the current slide, while the other one - the so called presenter screen - will show the presenter more content, e.g. notes, the next slide and a timer. Since I haven't found one Windows PDF viewer among the billions out there that supports this, PDF Prese
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