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I'm looking for a Mac OSX app that simply takes a text file I've written and converts it to pretty presentation slides, preferably as a PDF. A simple markup language in the style of Markdown would be used for formatting.

There are a few online programs and Ruby/Python scripts for doing something like that, and the output is typically HTML:

Is there anything like this for OSX?

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I've used OmniOutliner to create outlines for presentations, and then used the results of that with S5. It's not really Mac-only (just use alternatives to OO on other platforms) and I've been happy with the result.

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