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    Igor Morgado
    @igormorgado
    @imagejan Thanks. IMHO slightly bigger fonts to tables should be the default =D. Where should I put the custom rise.css file or the <nameofmynotebook>.css?
    Igor Morgado
    @igormorgado
    ty!
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Hi folks; just to let you know that the reference doc now is on readthedocs
    Richard C Gerkin
    @rgerkin

    I make a lot of RISE slideshows (for teaching), and I find that I use the same patterns over and over again (e.g. slides that start with markdown cells with big text, then fragments with smaller text or bullets, then code cells). For formulas like this, I feel like it might be faster to be able to create a plain text file that lays out the text, and then use "something" to auto-generate at least a skeleton of a notebook from that text file and applies the corresponding settings to each cell (slides, fragments, maybe sub-slides, definitely markdown text sizes). I could then revise in the notebook manually from there.

    Is there such a "something" out there? If not, I'd be interested in writing that especially if anyone else has a similar use case.

    Angus Hollands
    @agoose77
    @rgerkin could you try jupytext?
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Jupytext seems something interesting to actually implements something in line with something like @rgerkin describes...
    John D. Corless
    @jdcorless
    Hello, in my presentations I often only want to show a graph or plot and not the code that generated it. For example, matplotlib with lots of xlabel, xlim, set_title, etc. is not really what my audience needs to see. But the Jupyter cell structure includes both input and output and so when I select "slide", "sub-slide", "fragment", I get both. Is there a recommendation for how to only include the output and not the input that generated it? Thanks in advance!
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    funny that you should ask, I just answered earlier today on that very topic on damianavila/RISE#32
    in essence, use the hide_input notebook extension
    John D. Corless
    @jdcorless
    @parmentelat that sounds just like what I'm looking for, thanks!
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    @damianavila
    hey there; I’m knee-deep into this rise-reveal business; if you have a chance please try to catch up and give me feedback
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @parmentelat sure, looking into providing feedback right now
    Btw, @parmentelat did you release RISE 5.5.1?
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Looking quickly, it seems it is the case, can you please update the docs accordingly? Let me know if you can't and I will try to do it as soon as I can.
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Yes I did release a fix for this case where people have undefined the ‘f’ keyboard shortcut, which I believe was causing all these reports from folks who were not seeing the 2 icons
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Yep, I figure out this morning looking into the issues, thanks for making the release happen!
    jonfitt
    @jonfitt
    Hello. I'm a new user of Jupyter and RISE, but it looks like exactly what I'm looking for.
    Do you know of a way to either assist with creating cells that do not exceed the slide display height, or a way to resize cells when in slide mode to make them fit?
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Yes, both: in markdown if you insert 2 spaces before a newline, it will be rendered as a newline; at showtime you can use your browser’s keyboard shortcuts - like command + or similar - to zoom in and out
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    so how does one debug when the plugin does not trigger
    rise shows up as between installed packages, but not present upon ALT+R
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Do you get to see the rise icon ? What does the javascript console have to say ?
    Feel free to post a screenshot if you think that helps
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    what's the rise icon?
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    You should ser a barchart-looking icon in the upper area; send a screenshot if you’re unsure
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    oh that I see
    no icon is present
    so what's next?
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    jupyter core     : 4.5.0
    jupyter-notebook : 6.0.0
    qtconsole        : 4.5.2
    ipython          : 7.7.0
    ipykernel        : 5.1.1
    jupyter client   : 5.3.1
    jupyter lab      : 1.0.4
    nbconvert        : 5.5.0
    ipywidgets       : 7.5.0
    nbformat         : 4.4.0
    traitlets        : 4.3.2
    for jupyter version
    !/jupyter_server/bin/pip list | grep rise
    rise               5.5.1
    !/jupyter_server/bin/jupyter-nbextension list
    Known nbextensions:
      config dir: /jupyter_server/etc/jupyter/nbconfig
        notebook section
          rise/main  enabled 
          - Validating: OK
          jupyter-js-widgets/extension  enabled 
          - Validating: OK
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    hmmm, so seems the issue is that the jupyter server had only the rise plugin installed; why does the kernel also needs rise? :-|
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    I'm running in a use case where the kernel and the jupyter server are different interpreters
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    That should work just fine
    Any hint in the javascript console?
    Bernát Gábor
    @gaborbernat
    nope all seems empty, but once I install into the kernel things start working
    Joshua Taillon
    @jat255
    is there anyway to override a background for a single slide? This is possible in reveal using the <!-- .slide: data-background="#303c6b"--> syntax
    basically I'd like to be able to use a distinct styling for certain slides (section headers)
    Joshua Taillon
    @jat255
    also, is there any way to put an indented markdown bullet list in its own fragment?
    I could do this using raw HTML, but using markdown would be easier
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    @jat255 regarding individual backgrounds this is not supported by rise but you may manage with that raw html embedded in a markdown cell;
    @jat255 as for fragments with level-2 bullets, I would not know how to achieve that in markdown; note that this has hardly to see with rise as well
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @gaborbernat that's really weird, RISE does not need a living kernel to be shown, it only needs a living kernel to execute code (like the notebook "normal" view)...
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Hey @damianavila
    I just filed an issue on github, your insight would be appreciated if you have a chance
    This Reveal sort-of global has been nagging me for a long time but now I’d need to get tot the bottom of it :)
    thanks in advance