First of all I would like to thanks the GNOME foundation for sponsoring my trip to Denver to attend Libre Application Summit
As usual, it was a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones specially outside the GNOME community.
This opportunity I talked about the plans I have to integrate Glade with Gnome Builder and other IDEs
You can find the slides of my talk as PDF here, and the sources here!
Sources you say?
Yes sources, since my talk about custom UI interfaces in 2013 I been making all my slides with Glade and using glade-previewer to present them live
glade-previewer is a tiny application shipped with Glade used mainly to preview UI
It’s relevant options are:
-f, --filename=FILENAME Name of the file to preview --screenshot File name to save a screenshot --css CSS file to use --slideshow Make a slideshow of every toplevel widget by adding them in a GtkStack
Normally to preview a glade file with a custom css file you would use a command like
$ glade-previewer -f talk.glade --css talk.css
Now if you instead want to make a presentation with it all you need to do is add –slideshow option and glade-previewer will pack every toplevel widget in a GtkStack and switch between pages with PageUp/PageDown buttons
As a bonus I extended –screenshot option so that when used in conjunction with –slideshow it will take a screenshot of every toplevel and save them as multiple pages if the format supports it!
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That is insanely cool – slides in glade – I love this.
Thanks for your hard work!