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Onekana: Mark up a Project

Step by step guide to creating a mark up project with onekana - part 2 - marking up your project.

After batch selecting or uploading your images, marking up involves dragging and dropping pointers onto the relevant objects and things in your images, along with the information and media relating to each. Invisible pointers let you 'pan' a presentation without pointers (such as for when the content is obvious).


   

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  • Example: Invisible Harbour at Aburatsubo
    Using a travellog storyboard / walkthrough as an example...
  • There are ten images in the sequence.
    Clicking on the first will take you to the first graphic in the mark up application.
  • Next (and previous)
    We can skip through the different graphics using the next and previous buttons that appear.
  • Chapters
    And we can jump though the chapters as well
  • Mark Up
    But here we are just going to recreate the original by way of example. Click on the Mark Up button.
  • Pointer options
    Drag the desired pointer from the pointer panel.
  • Pointer Crosshair
    The original used traditional pointers - note the crosshair that appears for accurate positioning with fingers...
  • Pointer styles
    For this demo we opted to use the hand pointer - click or touch to mix and match between pointers.
  • Multiple pointers
    You can add as many pointers as you need.
  • Delete button
    And remove them.
  • Reset
    Or start again
  • Save
    Clicking on save gives an added option to add headlines.
  • Headline
    The original is just a single invisible pointer so we recreate that here ...
  • Save Button
    and save it.
  • Next button
    Clicking on the next button will take us to the next in sequence. Here we repeat the process. Once we have done this for all our images we can preview and publish.
  • Preview
    Clicking on preview lets us preview our creation using the same page you are using to view this demonstration. That is it, though there are advanced options to add things like video as well.
  • Advanced Content
    These are handled by the content button in your list. This will be handled in a separate guide, but you can add video, sound, other presentations, and more.

Example: Invisible Harbour at Aburatsubo

Using a travellog storyboard / walkthrough as an example...

There are ten images in the sequence.

Clicking on the first will take you to the first graphic in the mark up application.

Next (and previous)

We can skip through the different graphics using the next and previous buttons that appear.

Chapters

And we can jump though the chapters as well

Mark Up

But here we are just going to recreate the original by way of example. Click on the Mark Up button.

Pointer options

Drag the desired pointer from the pointer panel.

Pointer Crosshair

The original used traditional pointers - note the crosshair that appears for accurate positioning with fingers...

Pointer styles

For this demo we opted to use the hand pointer - click or touch to mix and match between pointers.

Multiple pointers

You can add as many pointers as you need.

Delete button

And remove them.

Reset

Or start again

Save

Clicking on save gives an added option to add headlines.

Headline

The original is just a single invisible pointer so we recreate that here ...

Save Button

and save it.

Next button

Clicking on the next button will take us to the next in sequence. Here we repeat the process. Once we have done this for all our images we can preview and publish.

Preview

Clicking on preview lets us preview our creation using the same page you are using to view this demonstration. That is it, though there are advanced options to add things like video as well.

Advanced Content

These are handled by the content button in your list. This will be handled in a separate guide, but you can add video, sound, other presentations, and more.

Chapters:

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