Note: To download a specific version append the version string from the archive like this: http://dl.veodin.com/slideproof/VeodinSlideProof_Setup_v184.108.40.20601.msi
If in doubt which is the right version for you, please contact us.
The settings in the following table can be adjusted in Windows Registry Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Veodin\SlideProof. For larger deployments they can be deployed via Group Policy Objects:
By default the SlideProof Ribbon will be accessible with the Shortcut Alt+P. To modify the shortcut set a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Veodin\SlideProof\RibbonKeytip String to “X”. Afterwards if the Shortcut is set to “Y1” then pick a different shortcut as your chosen one is already used by PowerPoint. Example .reg file
By default the SlideProof library cache is stored in the user AppData folder. With this key you can modify your cache folder and move it to other location (shared with all users, for example)
By default SlideProof allows publishing of own material. Set this to Integer “1” to hide the “Publish” button and prevent publishing. Alternatively restrict write access to the Library folders.
By default SlideProof provides you with 3 library paths as described above. In order to get additional, custom library paths, add the keys starting with “LibraryPath_<Name>” to the Registry. For example add “LibraryPath_Division” with “https://company.sharepoint.com/division” to have a new entry that’s labeled “Division”. You can have many Custom Library paths.
By default SlideProof will try to find custom colors named “Custom Color 1” to “Custom Color 16”. If you have custom color names in your Slide Master Theme you may specify them as a Multi-String Value in the Windows Registry so they may appear in the Colors Pane and be valid for proofing. Make sure you insert a line break between each color you want to add. For example “Color 1 <linebreak> Color 2”.
8.4. Update Process
During an update (running the installer while SlideProof is installed)
All preferences will be kept
New installation parameters will have no effect
8.5. Uninstallation, Remove Preferences or Clean install
Uninstalling SlideProof, will delete preferences, folders and files
The SlideProof per machine installer will not remove user folders and preferences (see Storage Locations)
To simulate a clean install separate into 2 steps: uninstallation and installation. Otherwise it will be considered and update and preferences are kept.
When using SlideProof Library with a WebDAV share like SharePoint etc, we recommend to set the following registry keys: