Often you'd like to step through some elements of one "slide" (presentation page).
You can use \FlushStep after each element (text line, table cell...):
\usemodule[pre-61] \starttext \StartSteps \starttabulate \NC test \FlushStep \NC test \FlushStep \NC \NR \NC test \FlushStep \NC test \FlushStep \NC \NR \NC test \FlushStep \NC test \FlushStep \NC \NR \stoptabulate \StopSteps \stoptext
- This should work (again) since 2004-08-05 (Hans posted a patch on the mailing list)
- There once was \presentationstep that never really seemed to work...
You can address Acrobat's built in browsing effects like this:
Have a look at \def\pagetransitions in spec-fdf.tex for available options.
This setting is overruled by Acrobat's settings and doesn't work with every version of Acrobat (Reader) and will probably never work with any other PDF viewer.