The feature has two options,
"Edit Window enabled"
Here's how to set up the presentation.
Step1: sign in.
Figure 1. The sign in dialogue box.
Step2: open an existing mind map.
Figure 2. Open a previously-saved OKMM.
Step3: select your mind map.
Figure 3. What's your flavah?
Step4: enable the edit window
Figure 4. Let's begin editing the order of the nodes to be shown in the presentation.
Step5: setup the node order list
Figure 5. Click on a list item to delete
Figure 6.Click on a node to add to the list.
The original order of presentation is decided by enabling the Edit Window. You can change it by entering edit mode, and delete and add node by clicking the node on the edit window. To add nodes to the list, just click on a node in the mind map. It's that simple!
Step6: select Presentation enabled
Figure 7. Now's it's Showtime!
Step7: run the presentation
Figure 8. The first node appears.
In the Presentation mode, if you press Ctrl-right-arrow, the next node in the list will come into focus.Ctrl-Left-Arrow key reverses the focus order. Just for fun, you can see a node rotating by pressing Ctrl-up-arrow. Some kind of special effects.
Figure 9. More nodes appear as you move from node to node as per the list sequence.
At the moment a node transitions to another node in a magnified animated way which I felt was a bit dizzying for me. Maybe it was just me because I was in a funfair yesterday with my family where we sat on a swinging boat. Or maybe not.
If the developers could add some transition effects, including a no transition/animation effect, that would be great.
Step8: lastly, don't forget to save your map.
Figure 10. Oh yeah! Don't forget to save your Presentation data.
That's it! If you are among the many who have found OKMindMap useful in your work, college or university, do drop me a comment. I need some encouragement to know that all these hours spent on this blog are well worth it. At least for the Moodle community. ;-)