Apr 12 2018
Yes, it is possible. You need to turn rocking on and then create a slide inside ICM (slide button in the bottom line). This slide will remember rocking state. Then in PPT you need to:
Yes, there are few preferences to control speed and "shape" of the rocking:
GRAPHICS.rockingSpeed 1. GRAPHICS.rocking = "xY-rocking"
They can be changed either from the command line or in the GUI by clicking and holding the rocking button and selecting "Set Speed/Range" menu item. One problem is that these preference are not saved with ICB session (they are saved in global user preferences) which are not used by activeICM
This can be overcome with the following trick:
GRAPHICS.rockingSpeed = 3. GRAPHICS.rocking = "xY-rocking"
That should run this commands when you switch to the slide. This way is quite flexible and allows you to customize other settings.
When you open ppt with embedded activeICM it actually tries original absolute location and then (if not found) looks for that file in the current directory.
Unfortunately the meaning of "current directory" is not well defined in Power Point. For example if you double click on ppt file it sets the current directory to the folder which conatains that ppt file, but if you open the same file from the PowerPoint it does not set current directory accordingly.
So, let's say you have aaa.ppt which has c:\some\location\aaa.icb embedded. Nowyou want to copy that presentation to your laptop. You need to put these two files in the same directory. After that on you laptop you can just double click on aaa.ppt. Note, if you open aaa.ppt from "File-Open" it'll popup open file dialog where you should locate aaa.icb.
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