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Pipic is software for making slideshows. The idea is that you have one server, running a pipic server, and have as many clients as necessary which just display the website hosted by the pipic server.
conf.json, and change the desired preferences. You may for example want to change
slidesto something other than ‘exampleSlides’.
Each slide has a file called meta.json, with some metadata about the slide. It has the following options:
trueto disable the slide.
There are multiple ways for a client to automatically display the website in fullscreen.
The easiest way for Firefox is to go to about:config and change
full-screen-api.allow-trusted-requests-only to false, and the website will
automatically fullscreen itself. You could also change
full-screen-api.warning.timeout to 0 to disable the warning telling you the
website is fullscreen.
You could start Chrome/Chromium with the
--start-fullscreen flag, and the
browser will automatically start in fullscreen mode. For some reason, Chrome
seems to have issues when started from a plain X session without a window
manager though, so I would advise using Firefox.