With the new parser getting closer and closer to stable, perhaps we could start entertaining the idea of wiki -> pdf?  Anybody interested in getting with me and seeing how this would be possible?

On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 10:19 AM, Marc Laporte <marc@marclaporte.com> wrote:


The new screencast feature with jCapture takes a screenshot of your browser and uploads to Tiki (in the File Gallery, and optionally with addition of wiki syntax in wiki page). So we are back to square one.

Here is a jCapture feature request to save to the desktop:

Best regards,

M :-)

On Nov 20, 2012 3:43 AM, "Xavier de Pedro" <xavier.depedro@vhir.org> wrote:

On 19/11/12 16:33, Marc Laporte wrote:

I need it so I can make a slideshow from Tiki (with images) that I can
export to PDF for use in BigBlueButton:
Current workaround is to make a pdf from the tiki slideshow through a series of hand-made screenshots (creating the screenshots with shutter and converting the whole thing into a single pdf through gscan2pdf takes less than 10 minutes for the whole process in a presentation of 30 slides, as a reference).

Of course, much better if you manage to do that with the click in a button somewhere in Tiki through just the browser (shutter and gscan2pdf are available on gnu/linux, no idea of equivalent easy fast and durable alternatives in non-free operating systems). Maybe the new screencast feature, Marc, can help achieve this goal through this approach of taking screenshots and converting them to pdf?


Best regards,

M ;-)

On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 4:55 AM, mekko <mekko@arcor.de> wrote:
Hi all,

thanks for the replies. I could get the images on a wiki page to be included
in the PDF after assigning some more file gallery permissions to anonymous
users. However, this did not affect the slideshow PDF's. Will let you know
if I get a chance to have a look at the code for this, depends how urgently
our users need this feature.


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