PDFPCRC

NAME

pdfpcrc − pdfpc configuration file

SYNOPSIS

/usr/local/etc/pdfpcrc / $XDG_CONFIG_DIR/pdfpc/pdfpcrc

DESCRIPTION

pdfpc(1) reads its configuration file from /usr/local/etc/pdfpcrc. It also reads, if present, the file $XDG_CONFIG_DIR/pdfpc/pdfpcrc. If $XDG_CONFIG_DIR is not set, it uses $HOME/.config .

Keybindings
Following commands are aceepted:
bind <key> <func>

Bind a key to a function

unbind <key>

Unbinds the given key

unbind_all

Unbinds all the keybindings

mouse <button> <func>

Binds a mouse button to a function

unmouse <button>

Unbinds a mouse button

unmouse_all

Unbinds all the mouse bindings

A list of all possible functions can be obtained via the −L command line option if pdfpc(1).

Options
Some permanent changes can be configured via config file. The syntax is:
option <option_name> <option_value>

The following option_name are allowed:
black-on-end

Add an additional black slide at the end of the presentation (bool, Default false)

current-height

Percentage of the height of the presenter screen to be used for the current slide. (int, Default 80)

disable-caching

see pdfpcrc(5)

disable-compression

see pdfpcrc(5)

current-size

Percentage of the presenter screen to be used for the current slide. (int, Default 60)

next-height

Percentage of the height of the presenter screen to be used for the next slide. (int, Default 70)

overview-min-size

Minimum width for the overview miniatures, in pixels. (int, Default 150)

switch-screens

Switch the presentation and the presenter screen. (bool, Default false)

time-of-day

see pdfpcrc(5)

EXAMPLES

Key names can be obtained with the help of the xev utility. Note that names are case sensitive. Modifiers can be specified in the form <mod>+<key> where <mod> is one of S (for shift), C (for control) and A/M (for Alt/Meta). E.g.

bind S+Next next10

A shorthand for specifying key combinations constituting shift and an alphabetic character is to simply give the uppercase version of the alphabetic character. For example, to bind <shift>+r to the ’reset’ function, use

bind R reset

To always activate the black-on-end option, one could add the following to the config file

option black-on-end true

SEE ALSO

pdfpc(1)