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     sent — simple plaintext presentation tool


     sent [-v] [file]


     sent is a simple plain text presentation tool for X. sent does not need LaTeX, LibreOffice
     or any other fancy file format. Instead, sent reads plain text describing the slides. sent
     can also draw images.

     Every paragraph represents a slide in the presentation. Especially for presentations using
     the Takahashi method this is very nice and allows you to write the presentation for a quick
     lightning talk within a few minutes.


     -v      Print version information to stdout and exit.


     Mouse commands

             Button1 | Button5
                     Go to next slide, if existent.

             Button3 | Button4
                     Go to previous slide, if existent.

     Keyboard commands

             Escape | q

             r       Reload the slides. Only works on file input.

             Right | Return | Space | l | j | Down | Next | n
                     Go to next slide, if existent.

             Left | Backspace | h | k | Up | Prior | p
                     Go to previous slide, if existent.


     The presentation file is made up of at least one paragraph, with an empty line separating
     two slides.  Each input line is interpreted literally, except from control characters at the
     beginning of lines described as follows:

     @       Create individual slide containing the image pointed to by the filename following
             the @.

     #       Ignore this input line.

     \       Create input line using the characters following the \ without interpreting them.


     sent can be customized by creating a custom config.h and (re)compiling the source code. This
     keeps it fast, secure and simple.



                                        September 23, 2019