asciinema_player {asciicast}R Documentation

asciinema player HTML widget

Description

You can use this widget in Rmd files or Shiny applications, the same way as other HTML widgets.

Usage

asciinema_player(
  cast,
  start_at = 0,
  rows = NULL,
  cols = NULL,
  autoplay = NULL,
  loop = NULL,
  speed = NULL,
  title = NULL,
  author = NULL,
  author_url = NULL,
  author_img_url = NULL,
  poster_text = NULL,
  poster_frame = NULL,
  font_size = NULL,
  theme = NULL,
  idle_time_limit = NULL,
  html_height = NULL,
  html_width = NULL,
  element_id = NULL
)

Arguments

cast

asciicast object.

start_at

Where to start the playback from, in seconds.

rows

Number of rows, defaults to the number of rows in the recording, or 24 if not specified in the cast.

cols

Number of columns, defaults to the number columns in the recording, or 80 if not specified in the cast.

autoplay

Whether to start playing the cast automatically.

loop

Whether to loop the playback.

speed

Whether to play slower or faster. 1 is normal speed.

title

If specified, it overrides the title in the recording.

author

Author, displayed in the titlebar in fullscreen mode.

author_url

URL of the author's homepage/profile. Author name (author above) is linked to this URL.

author_img_url

URL of the author's image, displayed in the titlebar in fullscreen mode.

poster_text

if not NULL, used as the text of the poster (preview).

poster_frame

Text to use as the preview picture. Defaults to the title.

font_size

Size of terminal font. Possible values: small, medium, big, any css font-size value (e.g. 15px).

theme

Theme.

idle_time_limit

Time limit for the cast not printing anything, in seconds. By default there is no limit.

html_height

HTML height of the widget.

html_width

HTML width of the widget.

element_id

HTML id of the widget's element. If NULL, then the id is generated randomly.

Examples


cast <- read_cast(system.file("examples", "hello.cast", package = "asciicast"))
asciinema_player(cast)


[Package asciicast version 1.0.0 Index]