Top-left in Deckset, click the “Themes” button to check them out and make your choice.
Advanced Layout Options
And that’s all you need to know to create a beautiful presentation from a couple of bullet points and images. Deckset, however, has more fancy stuff to offer. Here are a few examples of its advanced layout options.
Text on image. This will apply a filter to the image to make the text more readable. Write the text under the image, and make sure to leave a blank line between both.
Split Slides. The modifiers
right let you split a slide between image and text. Write the modifier in the field “Description” of Ulysses’ image popover.
Quote. Mark up a quote with
>, its source with
Footers. To add a persistent footer to each slide of your presentation, insert the command
footer: at the top of your file, followed by the text you want the footer to contain.
For further inspiration, visit Deckset’s Help & Support page.
Good to Know
Some of Deckset’s more advanced layout options require configuration commands enclosed in square brackets. In Ulysses, a square bracket will be automatically interpreted as a link. To prevent Ulysses from doing so, simply precede the square bracket with a back slash, like this:
The command in this example can be used to make the list on a specific slide appear one by one.
Deckset allows to add presenter notes to your slides. These notes will not appear on your slides, but on the presenter’s display (with two screens connected) or when using rehearsal mode. In Ulysses, just start a paragraph with
^ to treat it as a presenter note.
In Deckset, click the “Rehearse” button at the center top to show a preview of your presentation together with your presenter note.
And as soon as you’re ready, and your audience is listening, click “Play” top left — and wow them with a beautiful presentation.
This article was last updated February 28, 2018.