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-Chi usa Impress per le presentazioni spesso desidera usare un qualche telecomando per far avanzare le diapositive o per effettuare qualche altra operazione durante il suo discorso senza dover per forza avvicinarsi al computer. Sfortunatamente il codice con il quale è stato scritto OpenOffice.org non sa cosa sia l'Apple Remote che viene fornito con i nuovi Mac. Tuttavia niente è perduto: esistono infatti una serie di soluzioni per usare un telecomando con NeoOffice.+{{it:Fixme}}
 +Chi usa Impress per le presentazioni spesso desidera usare un qualche telecomando per far avanzare le diapositive o per effettuare qualche altra operazione durante il suo discorso senza dover per forza avvicinarsi al computer. [[NeoOffice_2.2.4_Patch_3_New_Features|Beginning with NeoOffice 2.2.4 Patch 3]], NeoOffice supports using the Apple Remote or the [http://www.keyspan.com/products/errf1/ Keyspan Front Row Remote] to start, stop, and move through a slideshow in NeoOffice Impress. (NeoOffice uses the [http://martinkahr.com/2007/07/26/remote-control-wrapper-20/index.html Remote Control Wrapper] open source framework from Martin Kahr to provide integration with these remotes.) If you do not have one of these remotes or a supported Macintosh, one of the [[#Third-party Solutions|older remote-control solutions]] may still enable you to control Impress remotely.
-==Apparecchi Compatibili==+==Using NeoOffice's Built-in Remote Control Support==
 + 
 +If your Mac has support for Front Row or you have the Keyspan Front Row Remote, starting with NeoOffice 2.2.4 Patch 3 you can use the Apple Remote or the Keyspan Front Row remote controller to start, stop, and move through a slideshow in NeoOffice Impress.
 + 
 +When an Impress window is the active window in NeoOffice, pressing the Start/Pause ({{button|▶||}}) button on your Front Row remote controller will start a slideshow.
 + 
 +When a slideshow is already running, the following actions are available:
 + 
 +*Pressing the Track Forward ({{button|▶▶|}}) button will move forward a slide
 +*Pressing the Track Backward ({{button||◀◀}}) button will move back a slide
 +*Pressing the Start/Pause ({{button|▶||}}) button will end the slideshow
 + 
 +NeoOffice will respond to remote control commands when it is the frontmost application, and when NeoOffice is no longer the frontmost application, other applications (e.g. iTunes) will respond to the remote control as usual.
 + 
 +===Disabling NeoOffice's Remote Control Support===
 + 
 +If, however, you do not want to use the the remote control with NeoOffice and want other applications (e.g. iTunes) to respond to the remote control even when NeoOffice is the frontmost application, you can use the following Terminal command to disable the remote control support in NeoOffice completely:
 + 
 + defaults write -app NeoOffice remoteEnabled -bool NO
 + 
 +If NeoOffice is running when you make this change, you will need to quit NeoOffice and restart for the change to take effect.
 + 
 +If you have previously used the above Terminal command to disable NeoOffice's remote control support and then need to use the remote control with NeoOffice, you can re-enable the support by using the following Terminal command:
 + 
 + defaults write -app NeoOffice remoteEnabled -bool YES
 + 
 +If NeoOffice is running when you make this change, you will need to quit NeoOffice and restart for the change to take effect. (Note that if you have never disabled the remote control support in NeoOffice, you do not need to use this command.)
 + 
 +==Third-party Solutions==
 + 
 +If you do not have an Apple Remote or Keyspan Front Row Remote, or a supported Mac, you can use one of these other remote-control solutions that work with NeoOffice.
 + 
 +===Apparecchi Compatibili===
* Telefoni cellulari dotati di Bluetooth se si usa Salling Clicker (vedi sotto) * Telefoni cellulari dotati di Bluetooth se si usa Salling Clicker (vedi sotto)
-* [http://www.keyspan.com/products/usb/presentationremote/homepage.spml Keyspan Presentation Remote] ($59)+* [http://www.keyspan.com/products/prpro3/ Keyspan Presentation Remote Pro] ($79)
-* [http://us.kensington.com/html/4390.html Kensington Pocket Presenter Wireless Laser] ($69)+* [http://us.kensington.com/html/11190.html Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer] ($55.99)
-* Apple Remote se abbinati all'uso di iRed Lite o Remote Buddy (vedi sotto)+*:''sebbene nella pagina collegata non sia menzionato, secondo quanto comunicato da Kensington, questo telecomando supporta Mac Os X 10,4 e successivi''
 +<!--* Apple Remote se abbinati all'uso di iRed Lite o Remote Buddy o NeoRemote (vedi sotto)
 +All Apple Remote-supported Macs should be covered by the built-in solution-->
 + 
 +Nota che il [http://us.kensington.com/html/4390.html Kensington Pocket Presenter Wireless Laser] non funziona con Leopard 10.5 e 10.5.1 (il s.o. va in kernel panic). Il problema è stato risolto con il rilascio dell'aggiornamento Mac Os X 10.5.2.
-==Software Compatibile ==+===Software Compatibile===
* [http://www.salling.com/Clicker/mac/ Salling Clicker] ($23.95) * [http://www.salling.com/Clicker/mac/ Salling Clicker] ($23.95)
-* [http://www.ireddy.de/ iRed Lite] (in beta; contatta l'autore per l'aggiunta di Impress)+<!--* [http://www.filewell.com/iRedLite/ iRed Lite] (in beta; contatta l'autore per l'aggiunta di Impress) - only works with Apple Remote; covered by built-in support -->
* [http://www.iospirit.com/remotebuddy/ Remote Buddy] ($12/€19.99) * [http://www.iospirit.com/remotebuddy/ Remote Buddy] ($12/€19.99)
 +<!-- * [http://www.jfedor.org/neoremote NeoRemote] (free) - only works with Apple Remote; covered by built-in support -->
-==Aiuto nella configurazione==+===Aiuto nella configurazione===
-<!-- use level 3 headings for each device/software package -->+<!-- use level 4 headings for each device/software package -->
==Riferimenti== ==Riferimenti==
 +* [[NeoOffice_2.2.4_Patch_3_New_Features|Description of the new features in NeoOffice 2.2.4 Patch 3]]
* [http://trinity.neooffice.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=3948 thread su trinity] che elenca le varie opzioni * [http://trinity.neooffice.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=3948 thread su trinity] che elenca le varie opzioni
* [http://trinity.neooffice.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=13097#13097 post su trinity] da [[User:JKT|JKT]] che riporta di aver usato con successo Salling Clicker con Impress in NeoOffice/J 1.1 * [http://trinity.neooffice.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=13097#13097 post su trinity] da [[User:JKT|JKT]] che riporta di aver usato con successo Salling Clicker con Impress in NeoOffice/J 1.1

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Chi usa Impress per le presentazioni spesso desidera usare un qualche telecomando per far avanzare le diapositive o per effettuare qualche altra operazione durante il suo discorso senza dover per forza avvicinarsi al computer. Beginning with NeoOffice 2.2.4 Patch 3, NeoOffice supports using the Apple Remote or the Keyspan Front Row Remote to start, stop, and move through a slideshow in NeoOffice Impress. (NeoOffice uses the Remote Control Wrapper open source framework from Martin Kahr to provide integration with these remotes.) If you do not have one of these remotes or a supported Macintosh, one of the older remote-control solutions may still enable you to control Impress remotely.

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[edit] Using NeoOffice's Built-in Remote Control Support

If your Mac has support for Front Row or you have the Keyspan Front Row Remote, starting with NeoOffice 2.2.4 Patch 3 you can use the Apple Remote or the Keyspan Front Row remote controller to start, stop, and move through a slideshow in NeoOffice Impress.

When an Impress window is the active window in NeoOffice, pressing the Start/Pause (▶||) button on your Front Row remote controller will start a slideshow.

When a slideshow is already running, the following actions are available:

  • Pressing the Track Forward (▶▶|) button will move forward a slide
  • Pressing the Track Backward (|◀◀) button will move back a slide
  • Pressing the Start/Pause (▶||) button will end the slideshow

NeoOffice will respond to remote control commands when it is the frontmost application, and when NeoOffice is no longer the frontmost application, other applications (e.g. iTunes) will respond to the remote control as usual.

[edit] Disabling NeoOffice's Remote Control Support

If, however, you do not want to use the the remote control with NeoOffice and want other applications (e.g. iTunes) to respond to the remote control even when NeoOffice is the frontmost application, you can use the following Terminal command to disable the remote control support in NeoOffice completely:

defaults write -app NeoOffice remoteEnabled -bool NO

If NeoOffice is running when you make this change, you will need to quit NeoOffice and restart for the change to take effect.

If you have previously used the above Terminal command to disable NeoOffice's remote control support and then need to use the remote control with NeoOffice, you can re-enable the support by using the following Terminal command:

defaults write -app NeoOffice remoteEnabled -bool YES

If NeoOffice is running when you make this change, you will need to quit NeoOffice and restart for the change to take effect. (Note that if you have never disabled the remote control support in NeoOffice, you do not need to use this command.)

[edit] Third-party Solutions

If you do not have an Apple Remote or Keyspan Front Row Remote, or a supported Mac, you can use one of these other remote-control solutions that work with NeoOffice.

[edit] Apparecchi Compatibili

Nota che il Kensington Pocket Presenter Wireless Laser non funziona con Leopard 10.5 e 10.5.1 (il s.o. va in kernel panic). Il problema è stato risolto con il rilascio dell'aggiornamento Mac Os X 10.5.2.

[edit] Software Compatibile

[edit] Aiuto nella configurazione

[edit] Riferimenti


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