The ability to open the webpage in a browser when you click on a LiveSlide would be great.
I tried to accomplish this by putting a rectangle with a hyperlink in front of the LiveSlide picture, but LiveSlides seems to push itself to the front and I can't find an option to stop that.
I'm setting up a touch screen slideshow that I would like users to explore in more depth.
The ability for LIveSlide to embed HTML files in Keynote, whereby the HTML file has a URL in a local directory, not on the internet.2 votes
Thanks for the feedback Keith!
This one might be tough for us to do. Our LiveSlides application for Keynote is really just designed to open and display a website within PowerPoint. I’ll run this by our development team and see if they have any ideas.
A version of LiveSlides that works with Impress in LibreOffice.3 votes
We’ll have to look into what it will take to integrate with LibreOffice.
Let us know if there’s anything else we can improve for you!
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