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Representing slides as [ ]

I am presenting a pipeline within a slideshow, I want to show all the slides like this at the beginning and end of my presentation:

[ ] -> [ ] -> [ ] -> [ ] -> [ ]

Is there an open-source, free or paid program supports this functionality without watermarking their brand?

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    Currently checking out hovercraft
    – A T
    Feb 25 '14 at 10:43
  • It MUST be Open Source (whether gratis or paid), or may it also be freeware/proprietary?
    – unor
    Feb 25 '14 at 12:13
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    – Izzy
    Feb 25 '14 at 12:15
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    It doesn't have to be open-source; but that is preferred.
    – A T
    Feb 25 '14 at 14:43
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    I am not sure why you insist on an Open Source. Do you want to modify the code? Or you are referring to a Free Program?
    – Rafael
    May 31 '17 at 20:32
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Check out reveal.js and impress.js both are solutions to author your presentations in a self-hosted html w/ js file/folder.

reval.js also has an online editor

They have the ability to zoom-in and zoom-out to display the slide-desk similar to what you requested.

Both are FOSS.

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  • 7 years late but yeah impress.js was what I was seeking
    – A T
    Sep 14 '21 at 2:05
  • Funny enough, I discovered this site 7 years later :) The software I actually discovered about 6 years ago, so still not on time :)
    – Lockszmith
    Sep 15 '21 at 3:13
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Well, you can simply draw that element and put it on any presentation program at the beginning or end.

Similar to Prezi is fokusky http://focusky.com/ so at the end you can zoom out and show all the slides.

It also has an automated progress bar.

It is not Open Source but has a free version.

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