History and Hash Changes (BYOSP Part 6)

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 22 Feb 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

It's happened to everyone. You thought you typed "Use Ruby To Capture Screen Shot" into a slide, but somehow you hit the i key instead of the o key and didn't notice. Now the slide is presenting itself proudly in front of an ultra-conservative Ruby programming crowd who is still amped up from drinking green tea all night. What to do? You can open a text editor, fix the HTML, and refresh the browser. The slide is fixed, but the slide show always starts from the first slide so you've lost your position...

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