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Plugins tab

The Plugins tab makes it possible to access the advanced editing features using the available third-party components. Here you can also use macros to simplify routine operations.

The corresponding window of the Online Presentation Editor:

Plugins tab

The corresponding window of the Desktop Presentation Editor:

Plugins tab

The Settings button allows you to open the window where you can view and manage all installed plugins and add your own ones.

The Macros button allows to open the window where you can create your own macros and run them. To learn more about macros, please refer to our API Documentation.

Currently, the following plugins are available:

  • Send allows sending the presentation via email using the default desktop mail client (available in the desktop version only),
  • Audio allows inserting audio records stored on the hard disk drive of your computer into your presentation (available in the desktop version only, not available for Mac OS),
  • Video allows inserting video records stored on the hard disk drive of your computer into your presentation (available in the desktop version only, not available for Mac OS),

    Note: to be able to playback video, you'll need to install codecs, for example, K-Lite.

  • Highlight code allows highlighting the code syntax by selecting the necessary language, style, background color, etc.,
  • Photo Editor allows editing images: cropping, flipping, rotating, drawing lines and shapes, adding icons and text, loading a mask and applying filters such as Grayscale, Invert, Sepia, Blur, Sharpen, Emboss, etc.,
  • Thesaurus allows finding synonyms and antonyms for the selected word and replacing it with the chosen one,
  • Translator allows translating the selected text into other languages,
  • YouTube allows embedding YouTube videos into your presentation.

To learn more about plugins, please refer to our API Documentation. All the currently existing open source plugin examples are available on GitHub.

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