I’d like to use obsidian for presentation notes for presentations that don’t involve slides; basically just speaking notes (my use-case is speaking notes on iOS for portability).
Currently font-size changes in
Appearance > Font Size affects the entire application, and
Appearance > Quick font size adjustment doesn’t work at all on mobile (iOS at least) it seems. Either way, a separate mode would be preferable as I don’t want to affect editing or application-level font-size, this is solely for use during a presentation.
Apple’s “Pages” app for iOS has, for me, an ideal implementation of this in its “Presenter Mode” – essentially just a “read-only” view with its own independent font-size slider (along with a default larger font for ease of presentation), and ability to auto-scroll (though I’d consider auto-scroll just a nice-to-have).
I’ve looked through community plugins and didn’t notice anything that could achieve this; I could have missed something though, so would love any ideas there. I haven’t looked into plugin development, but would consider creating a plugin for this if feasible and the core team isn’t interested in adding this (or it just isn’t a priority).
The only near-workaround is CSS hacks to slides to make the overflow content scrollable, but this doesn’t really cut it on mobile and means the document is split between slides by — which isn’t really ideal for this use-case.
CSS snippets aren’t really usable on mobile either per [Feature] Adding CSS Snippets to Obsidian Mobile