Configuring the Title Panel of the Streamline Player

To customize the title panel of the Streamline player:

Here you can customize elements displayed on the title panel of the Streamline player.

Table 1. Title Panel options of the Streamline player
Element Description

Show presentation title

Select this checkbox to display the title of your presentation on the title panel of the Streamline player.

Show time

Select this checkbox to display time on the title panel.

You can edit the time format in the Format text field below. The following variables can be used here:

  • %PRESENTATION_TIME% -- how much time a given presentation is playing.
  • %PRESENTATION_DURATION% -- overall duration of a given presentation.
  • %SLIDE_TIME% -- how much time a current slide is playing.
  • %SLIDE_DURATION% -- duration of the current slide.
  • %CLOCK% -- current time.
Marker tools

Select this checkbox to display the Marker button. Marker menu contains a pen, marker and eraser to help you take notes while watching the presentation.

Switch to full screen

Select this checkbox to add a button that will open your presentation fullscreen.

Close

Select this checkbox to display the Close button.

Note: this button will close the player, when your presentation is launched in Flash Projector. For example, the button will work, when your presentation is published as a standalone application or when you publish it to an LMS. However, if you publish it for the web and just insert the resulting flash file into your web page, this button won’t work.

Add button

Click this button to add more buttons to the panel.

The following buttons are available:

  • Show slide notes
  • Show presenter information
  • Search panel
  • Show slide attachments
  • Toggle presenter video

To add a new button:

  1. Click Add button.
  2. Choose one of the available buttons.
  3. Select the Icon checkbox to display the button icon.

    or

    Clear this checkbox to hide the icon.

  4. Select the Caption checkbox to display the button caption and edit the caption in the edit box.

    or

    Clear this checkbox to hide the button caption.

To remove a button from the title bar:

Notes in Closed Captioning (CC) Style

You can display notes for your slides in closed captioning (CC) style. Just select Closed captioning style checkbox in the properties for the Show slide notes button.

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