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Presentation by XML

From: Dmitry Turin <html60@narod.ru>
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 08:20:04 +0300
Message-ID: <1707625118.20070713082004@narod.ru>
To: public-html@w3.org

It's easy and simple to draw a static _presentation_,
but _dinamic presentation_ (with motions!) is problem for unskilled users.

(1)Motion is changing color, etc.
Let we have:
  li.style5 { color: red }
  li.style4 { color: orange }
  li.style3 { color: green }
  li.style2 { color: black }
  li.style1 { color: silver }

And we put one more <link>:
 <head>
   <link src="./filename.txt" type="transition">
 </head>
in which we list initial style, mouse key (or access key) and
final style, for example:
  style1 click              style2
  style2 click              style3
  style3 click              style4
  style4 click              style5
  style5 click,double-click style1 
 
(2)Motion is changing coordinates by _executing XML-elements_:
it's easier for un-skilled users (remember about presentation), than writing JS.
We specify motions of dots of lines
(<line> <pack> <ld></ld> </line>
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2007Apr/0520.html )
like:
  <dot name=B num=N x=10em y=15em>
where
 B is value of @name of tag "line",
 N is serial number of dot in line,
 10,15 are new coordinates of dot in pixels, em, etc,
and put <dot>'s into arbitrary xml-element:
 <A>
  <dot name=B num=10 x=50 y=70 ns=stylename1>
  <dot name=C num=20 x=80 y=90 ns=stylename2>
  <obj name=D                  ns=stylename2>
  <obj name=E                  ns=stylename4>
 </A>
and put all <A>'s into file, to which we reference from <link>:
 <head>
  <link src="./filename.xml" type="motions">
 </head>

We write in transition-file (look at #1):
  style1 click              :A
  style2 click              :B

(2.2)Specification of time of motion, or speed of motion
(but not both of them simultaneously) -
when we need, that motion occurs not momentary:
  <dot  name= x=  y=  num= time=  >
  <dot  name= x=  y=  num= speed= >

===The main is above, here is some development of idea.

(3)pronouncing of comment of presentation:
  <say type=phrase     data="pronounce that" class=stylename10>
  <say type=identifier data="id1"            class=stylename11>
Xml-attribute 'class' reference to aural style sheet
(properties 'volume, pitch, pitch-rate, voice-family', etc),
"id1" is value of @id of _html-element_.

(4)delay:
  <say type=silence    data="5.56">

(5)playing of sound:
  <sound src=./filename.wav>
  <sound src=./filename.mpg>


===P.S.
Pay attention, that speach goes about html-objects,
as opposed to files, embedded by <object>.

Unskilled users can not write JS, but are capable to specify finite automation.




Dmitry Turin
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