Provided by: prestimel_1.0-4_i386
 

NAME

        prestimelrc is the configuration-file for PresTiMeL
 

DESCRIPTION

        After  starting  prestimel(1),  all parameters will be initialized with
        hard-coded default values.  These default values may be overridden with
        the  values  defined  in the configuration-file .prestimelrc located in
        your home directory, or by a configuration-file specified with the com‐
        mandline option -c.
 

SYNTAX

        # some comments
               Empty lines and lines beginning with a ’#’ will be ignored.
 
        path-to-themes = themepath
               Set the path where PresTiMeL will search for themes.
 
        theme = theme
               Set the theme that should be used for the presentations.
 
        disable-xml-settings = yes|no
               If  set  to  yes,  the  settings  stored in the XML-file will be
               ignored.  If this option is omitted or set to no,  the  settings
               in  the XML-file are enabled.  Note, that these XML-settings may
               override the settings of the configuration-file.
 
        resolution = resolution
               Sets the resolution for the HTML-slides.   Possible  values  are
               640x480, 800x600 and 1024x768.
 
        sloppy-buttons = yes|no
               If  set  to yes, the buttons will be placed below the content of
               the slide rather than at a fixed position.  If  this  option  is
               omitted  or  set  to  no,  the buttons will be placed at a fixed
               position at the bottom of your browser-window.
 
        top-navigation = yes|no
               If set to yes, the navigation-buttons will be placed on the  top
               of the slides.
 
        print-outline = yes|no
               If  set  to  yes,  the  LaTeX-output  will use the documentclass
               "article" rather than "seminar".
 

EXAMPLES

        An example for prestimelrc can be found in the  PresTiMeL-distribution.
        It can be used as a basis for your own configuration-files.
 

AUTHOR

        Bernhard     Trummer     <bernhard.trummer@gmx.at>    Benjamin    Drieu
        <bdrieu@april.org>
         prestimel(1)