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    Nitpick: there doesn’t appear to be any way to go backward, & it’s not immediately obvious to new visitors that clicking causes you to go forward (or why the first page is basically blank). This seems to be some kind of javascript powerpoint viewer?

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      The left and right arrow keys can be used to navigate through the slides. That might not be so easy if viewing on mobile! Update: Tapping/clicking the bottom right of the slide shows controls that allow navigation forward and backwards.

      At the end of the presentation it mentions that it’s created using S5 https://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/

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        Left and right arrow keys didn’t work for me (nor did up/down, or home/end, or scroll, or right click to go back, or clicking on the left hand of the screen to go back).

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          According to the S5 documentation, these should work https://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/features.html#controlchart

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            I have no idea how key events could be platform specific in javascript. Maybe some security feature is preventing these from working.

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      This is interesting, maybe I can find a use for that in an FPGA some time, as the massive parallelism might be suited for this.