Kary - Presentation based on Kivy language
Kary is a tool to create presentation using Kivy language.
You need to have Kivy 1.0.7 minimum to make it run (http://kivy.org/)
kary <directory_of_your_presentation> OR kary <filename.kv>
How does it work ?
Kary is defining few classes needed for creating slides:
- Slides: a widget that will contain a list of Slide. It must be your root widget, and cannot be used inside another widgets.
- Slide: base widget for constructing more complex Slide, like with or without title, with image content, or video content etc.
- SlidesBackground: this widget will be always created by Slides. Add a rule if you want to customize the background of slides.
- SlidesForeground: this widget will be always created by Slides. Add a rule if you want to customize the foreground of slides.
Create a directory with this layout:
mypresentation/ presentation.kv templates.kv (optional) ... (put any files you want to use in the kv)
In templates.kv, you could define some Kivy template to be used in your presentation.kv:
#: kivy 1.0 # For all your slides, you want to have the same Label for representing # a title, with always the same background and settings. [Title@Label]: text: ctx.text text_size: self.width - 60, None halign: 'left' size_hint_y: None height: 100 font_size: 36 color: labelcolor canvas.before: Color: rgba: 0, 0, 0, .2 Rectangle: pos: self.pos size: self.size # This is a simple slide with title on top and content on bottom. [SlideContent@Slide]: GridLayout: pos: root.pos cols: 1 Title: text: ctx.title BoxLayout: padding: 50 Label: color: labelcolor text: ''.join(ctx.content) font_size: ctx.get('font_size', 36) text_size: self.width, None
Then, in the presentation.kv, you can use it like that:
#!/usr/bin/env kary #:kivy 1.0 Slides: SlideContent: title: 'Hello world' content: ('This is the first line\n', 'This is the second line') SlideContent: title: 'My last slide' content: ('Any questions ?, )
Then, open a terminal, and type:
And your presentation will be opened !
- Left: previous slide
- Right: next slide
- Up: next section
- Down: previous section slide
- Home: first slide slide
- End: last slide