Okay, so it’s been almost three months since the last time I updated S5. During that interval, I’ve been quite busy, but I still feel disappointed that I haven’t put more energy into the project.
As a partial salve, I’ve made a few changes to the S5 information pages. The main page now has links to the latest official version and latest revision, as well as quick links to useful information. I updated the FAQ a bit as well, to clarify the licensing situation. At some point, I hope to create a separate page that contains a feature list, but that’s on a back burner right now.
What I really want to do is finally make S5 1.1 a full, final reality. Therefore, I’m pushing it to version 1.1rc1 with the knowledge that there’s a new bug to be addressed. In Safari 1.3 (and I assume 2.0 as well, though I haven’t had a chance to install Tiger yet to find out) the arrow keys double-advance, or even more. So if you hit the “right” or “down” arrow keys, you’ll jump forward two slides; “up” or “left” moves you back two slides. On incremental slides, you’ll advance to the end of the slide, or the next incremental element. The space bar doesn’t evince the same problem.
I assume this is a keystroke handling problem, but I’m not entirely sure—the behavior of incremental slides makes me wonder if maybe it’s something else. Either way, if we can get that fixed and don’t uncover any other major problems, I’d be happy to call this bad boy done. Help, as always, is welcomed and appreciated.