Thanks to a comment from Pritt, the Safari arrow-key bug in S5 1.1rc1 has been, so far as I can tell, fixed. I’m therefore releasing S5 1.1rc2, which will be the final release candidate unless any major bugs are encountered.
Also new to this revision are some slight modifications to the CSS that drives the system’s presentation. The changes were all in the vein of changing
.slide. Why bother? Because with these slightly more generic rules, it’s now possible to create your slide show using a XOXO format instead of the OSF-compatible
div-based markup. (And the XOXO version may be OSF-compatible; the only real difference is that you’re using a list instead of a series of
divs, but I’m not sure how much OSF cares that each slide be in a
div instead of some other element with the appropriate class.)
I’ve included a XOXOized version of the testbed slideshow in the rc2 package, so feel free to check it out, if you’re interested. Long-delayed thanks to Tantek for helping me work out the few changes that needed to be made to the CSS, and providing me with an example XOXOized S5 file so I could use it as a reference.