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Eclipse Slideshow is an experiment in presentation simplicity. It separates content generation from presentation. As a content producer, you provide content in a wiki format; Slideshow uses that content to generate the best slides it can muster. It automatically positions graphics based on dimensions and makes text and other elements fit in the space provided.

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You edit the content using MediaWiki format (the same format that we use on Eclipsepedia) and it renders in a view. As shown in the demo below, you can present full screen by clicking a button on the view. While intended as a demo, Slideshow has been used for real presentations at Eclipse Summit Europe, and other events.