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Presenter Mode

Click the button in the navigation panel, or visit http://localhost:3030/presenter manually, to enter the presenter mode. To present, you'll want to open two browser windows, one for the presenter and one for the audience. Generally maximizing the slideshow window on your projector screen, then controlling it from your laptop's screen is how people present with Slidev.

Whenever you change slides in the presenter mode, all other page instances will automatically change as well, to stay in sync with the presenter.


Presenter mode is enabled by default.

You can disable this feature with the following config:

presenter: false

Alternately you can enable it only for dev or build modes by setting the mode you want in the config:

presenter: dev

In that case the presenter will only be available when running slidev but not when running slidev build.

Remote restricted access

You can run your presentation with remote access by running slidev --remote.

If you want to share your slides with other people but you don't want them to access the presenter mode (either because you're ashamed of your presenter notes, or because you don't want them to mess up your presentation), you can provide a password to protect the presenter server by running slidev --remote=your_password.

In that case you will need to provide the password when accessing /presenter/* routes.

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