Posted 11.08.2015 @ 9.36AM
Hard to give an accurate answer without knowing more about the project and how much text needs to be edited. Not sure if keynote does live text editing. You could just use a native app in full screen mode. Then use the page up & down buttons on the keyboard to navigate.
Posted 12.08.2015 @ 8.55PM (Edited 12.08.2015 @ 8.57PM)
Totally feel your pain @CHELI
::And that's life working with printers. They all have their own processes and can be the most unhelpful dicks. The good one's are few and far between.::
Agree with @DAN here.
I've worked in both print and design and I've found that they mix like oil and water.
On the print side I've had to put up with snotty designers who think they're SO above you and they couldn't set up artwork to save their lives.
On the other hand I've dealt with printers that just seem to want to make your life difficult at every turn even though your file is bullet proof.
I try to avoid print these days for that very reason.
Posted 12.08.2015 @ 11.58AM
Yes @Dan I agree that's the closest I've come! InDesign is pretty similar. I've found out that there's software AV peeps can use to crop down a screen so I've asked our AV team if they think it could work for this show.
Crazy how something that sounds so simple is apparently so difficult to achieve. On the other hand, I can't imagine every man and his dog is trying to do this!