March 2, 2020The 1.1 version of Slideas has just been released in the Mac App Store. In addition to bug fixes, this release is focussed on Themes.
Slideas 1.1: Custom themes support, more themes and features The 1.1 version of Slideas has just been released in the Mac App Store. In addition to bug fixes, this release is focussed on Themes. Get on the Mac App Store A brand new theme: Solarized I got a lot of requests for a dark background theme. This version brings the Solarized Dark theme to answer to this need. Read More→
February 15, 2020How to convert an existing Google Slides / PowerPoint theme to Slideas Markdown Presentation template? Here are the steps to get your custom Slideas template
In this tutorial, we are going to see the various aspects of the migration from a template in Powerpoint format (.pptx) to Slideas. Note: You can also use this technique to convert a Keynote template by exporting it first to Powerpoint (File -> Export to -> Powerpoint) There are several ways to create themes for Slideas: 1. Duplicate an existing one and make modifications. 2. Use the theme framework and build on top 3. Read More→
February 8, 2020After 2 years of development, Slideas 1.0 is available in the Mac App Store
Slideas 1.0 is available I am proud to announce that Slideas 1.0 is now available in the Mac App Store Get on the Mac App Store Pricing Defining the pricing of an application is always a tricky task. We need to find the right balance ensuring the sustainability of the application while being fair with our users. I see every week, developers moving to the subscription model. Read More→
January 26, 2020A new beta is availables, with enhanced dark mode support, more image formats and misc fixes and enhancements
An improved Dark Mode Previous version already had a working Dark mode support but it has been enhanced and fixed in Beta 6: Added Mojave and Catalina system wide Dark Mode support with the ability to override the setting at application level. Fixed incorrect syntax highlighting in the editor. Fixed incorrect colours in Welcome screen. Fixed low contract of slide numbers in Dark mode. Support for more image formats In addition to existing bitmap image formats support, this builds: Read More→
December 13, 2019Next version of Slideas will use Material Design Icons instead of SVG icons. Here are the reasons of that switch.
I recently decided to move from Linea SVG Icons to Material Design Icons. We sometimes make bad decisions when starting a new product and I think this choice was one of them. Hopefully, we are just beginning the beta and it is still easy to change without to have to worry about compatibility with previous versions. Why changing to Material Design Icons? While the final result using Linea is more than acceptable, I was tempted to go further. Read More→