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    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    that’s right
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Igor Morgado
    @igormorgado
    Is there any way to make the code do not show up in RISE slideshow?
    Igor Morgado
    @igormorgado
    looks like this is abandoned..
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    hey; there is something in the github issues about that exact matter damianavila/RISE#150
    surely it’s a more reliable channel than this one :)
    maximai
    @maximai
    Hey guys, anyone online here?
    I've tried my best to do some searching around, it seems no attention have been paid to adding a way of handling references (Bibtex) in RISE - Is that correct?
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Yes That is correct However I am not quite sure what that would mean, It seems to me that such a feature would belong with the classic notebook itself, more than with Rise per se
    If you do feel like there’s something specific to rise that should fall into this category, I suggest that you open an issue on github and elaborate
    maximai
    @maximai
    That's a good point. Perhaps I should look more into options available for Jupyter native. I know it's possible to do if exporting with nbconvert, I just thought i'd be nice with a way to include references with hyperlinks in slides directly.
    Jimmy Wan
    @jimmywan

    Hi all, running into a strange problem installing rise with conda. It keeps complaining about the zipp version, but I've got a seemingly compatible version installed(2.0.0). There seems to be some kind of inconsistency where installing 2.0.0 results in conda thinking it has 0.0.0 installed.
    Uninstalling zipp-0.0.0:
    Successfully uninstalled zipp-0.0.0
    Removing intermediate container 7c7ffc60df08
    ---> 45431da0f94d
    Step 7/28 : RUN conda install -c conda-forge rise
    ...
    File "/opt/conda/lib/python3.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/init.py", line 787, in resolve
    raise DistributionNotFound(req, requirers)
    pkg_resources.DistributionNotFound: The 'zipp>=0.5' distribution was not found and is required by importlib-metadata

    return code: 1

    ()

    Was able to get it working if I add "zipp<2.0.0" to my command line.
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @jimmywan that's weird, I have not seen that issue before and I am a conda user...
    @maximai If the native notebook can handle Bibtex somehow, RISE should handle it as well (by design, if not there is some bug to fix :wink:)
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @/all [ANN] RISE 5.6.1 is out!
    For more information about this release, please visit the following blog post: http://damianavila.github.io/blog/posts/rise-561-is-out.html
    Bas Nijholt
    @basnijholt
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    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    CAFE at NECST
    @CafeatNECST_twitter
    Hello, is there an easy way to put cells side-by-side like in the example presentation?
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @CafeatNECST_twitter there was an example about that using another extension alongside with RISE.
    @parmentelat do you remember the name of the other extension? Or am I having a wrong memory about it?
    zyang20
    @zyang20
    Hi. I was trying to install the hide_code in my jupyter notebook. After sucessfully 'pip install hide_code', when I was trying to do the step2 'jupyter nbextension install --py hide_code', an error came out saying 'File "<ipython-input-1-57fe523fef31>", line 1
    jupyter nbextension install --py hide_code
    ^
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax'. Anyone knows why? Thanks
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    The extension is splitcell
    @zyang20 this command is for the terminal
    Not python
    Just like pip install
    zyang20
    @zyang20
    @parmentelat Hi, Thanks a lot for the reply. Could you please explain in more details? BTW, I am using windows and I have gitbash installed. Thanks
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    The command that you are trying to execute must be sent through the terminal, while from the error message that you are having you are clearly trying to execute that under python
    zyang20
    @zyang20
    @parmentelat I just figured out! Working well now! Thanks a lot for the inspiration!
    dmajumder
    @dmajumder
    I am trying to resize images in my notebook. The HTML syntax doesn't display any image at all. With just markdown I tried
    ![pic](pic.png | width=200)
    but this displays the whole command as text.
    dmajumder
    @dmajumder

    I am trying to resize images in my notebook. The HTML syntax doesn't display any image at all. With just markdown I tried
    ![pic](pic.png | width=200)
    but this displays the whole command as text.

    edit: the HTML syntax works now---I was using the %%html tag with the cell set to Code mode. Just using markdown works.

    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @dmajumder thanks for the update!
    ThR3742
    @ThR3742

    Hello ! I am trying to install RISE with pip install rise but I am unable to see any button in jupyter notebook 6.0.3 and rise does not appear in the list of extensions:

    Known nbextensions:
      config dir: /Users/t.ricatte/anaconda3/etc/jupyter/nbconfig
        notebook section
          jupyter-js-widgets/extension  enabled
          - Validating: OK

    Is it expected ?

    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Not expected @ThR3742 , can you open an issue on the repo detailing notebook version, rise version, browser version, OS, the steps you tried, and any error you may have received during the installation phase? Thanks!
    David Saroff
    @davidsaroff_gitlab
    "conda install -c conda-forge rise" fails in a fresh install of Anaconda on a Windows 10 laptop with the mesage
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @davidsaroff_gitlab I saw you open an issue in the repo. I will follow up there with some questions. Thanks!
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Scott H. Hawley
    @drscotthawley
    Damian et al, I'm really enjoying RISE. Question: I want to be able to display markdown text followed by code output on the same slide all at once, without having to press the space bar to advance to the code-output "fragment". How do I customize RISE so that fragments auto-appear? (or perhaps there's some other way to achieve what I want -- how to get multiple cells on the same slide without declaring them as fragments maybe?)
    Scott H. Hawley
    @drscotthawley
    Opened Issue here: damianavila/RISE#593
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Hi; the simplest way here is to not add a fragment at all; just insert slide tags to say where your slides start
    You add fragments only in places where you want your slide to show up in pieces, which is precisely what you are trying to avoid here iiuc
    Scott H. Hawley
    @drscotthawley
    @parmentelat OMG thank you! I did not realize it was even an option to leave the tag blank and it would appear. That is what I wanted!
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila

    Damian et al, I'm really enjoying RISE.

    Always nice to hear that, @drscotthawley!

    Sebastian Flores
    @sebastiandres
    Hi all, I just wanted to mentioned that I recently presented RISE at PyCon LATAM. Slides are in Spanish, but text and code free for grabs if someone wants to take, use and/or translate. Most of it is already explained on readthedocs, but I tried to provide working examples and gifs on how to use it, and show some other cool things like widgets/IPython.display, multi-columns, buttons to hide code and such. Link: https://sebastiandres.github.io/talk_2021_08_pylatam/
    Agima
    @AgimaFR
    Hi,
    I just discovered RISE and it's magic!
    Thank you very much for this wonderful extension which I use with Python.
    Is it possible to add text to speech (TTS from Google or another) that can be played at the beginning of each slide?
    I have added a cell that generates TTS and plays the wav file but I would like this cell to be executed but not displayed during the slideshow.
    Is there a solution?
    Thanks to you
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    Hi - have you tried using the hide_input extension (as part of the contrib nbextensions bundle) ?
    It allows to hide a cell
    Now I am not sure I have accurately captured your use case..
    Agima
    @AgimaFR
    I'll try hide_input, it's a good idea @parmentelat
    Leaving aside the TTS in my explanation, I would just like that when I launch a slide, I can execute a code cell that plays an mp3 or a wav without it being displayed in the slide.
    parmentelat
    @parmentelat
    The hide_input idea would help a bit; you will still have to execute the hidden cell though; I am not aware of a mechanism that would trigger that for you on a new slide event
    Agima
    @AgimaFR
    I'll test hide_input, I'll see if it works.
    If it doesn't work, I'll put the sound files on a separate notebook on another screen and manually launch the sounds at the beginning of each slide.
    Thank you very much for your quick answer.
    Agima
    @AgimaFR
    @parmentelat Unfortunately it doesn't work using hide_input, but it was a good idea.
    Thanks again and have a nice day