Today’s Feature Friday is about various content views
smartPerform offers various view formats for content from containers as well as for individual PowerPoint pages.
Container

1. Container View

  • All contents of the container can be seen.
  • All elements can be arranged anywhere in the container.
  • The nodes can be accessed in any order, or connected in Link mode.
  • Using Snap-goals, different positions can be defined, see more here.

2. 2D Coverflow

  • The elements are displayed in a row.
  • Using the arrows, you can scroll forward and backward.
  • The current element is in the center in focus.

3. 3D Coverflow

  • The elements are displayed in a carousel.
  • Using the arrows, you can scroll backwards and forwards in the carousel.
  • The current element is in the center in focus.

4. Flipbook

  • The items are displayed in a stack.
  • Using the arrows, you can move forward or backward through the pages.
  • Using the edges of the pages, you can scroll between the pages like a book.
  • You can only see the current element.

 
Power Point

1. Container View

  • All slides of PowerPoint presentation can be seen.
  • By default, all slides are arranged in a grid, however, they can be ordered if desired.
  • The nodes can be accessed in any order, or connected in Link mode.

2. Direct-View

  • There is always a slide in focus.
  • Using the arrows or the progress bar, a user can move through the slides.

3. 2D Coverflow

  • The slides are shown in a row.
  • Using the arrows, you can scroll forward and backward.
  • The current Element is at the center of the focus.

4. 3D Coverflow

  • The slides are shown in a carousel.
  • Using the arrows, you can scroll backwards and forwards in the carousel.
  • The current slide is in focus.

5. Flip Book

  • The slides are displayed as a stack.
  • Using the arrows, you can move forward or backward through the pages.
  • Using the edges of the pages, you can scroll between the pages like a book.
  • You can only see the current element.
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