Showing 1by1 the list of topic

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Hi, I've like to know if and how I canshow the list of topic, 1by1.
I mean, I have a TOPIC that has10 SUBTOPIC. Right now, if I open the topic, all my audience will see all the 10 subtopic.

I've love to keep them focus only to 1 subtopic atthe time. So I have the time to explain the first, than I reveal the second, than the third, ... and so on.

There is a way?
thanks.
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Hi Roberto,
I assume you are using "walkthrough Mode" ?
if you insert a subtopic under the first of the 10 subtopics you want to highlight 1 by 1, mindjet will do what you want.(the extra sub-subtopic drops the highlight one level)
You can make the extra subtopic a blank with no lines etc, or you can put an appropriate comment in.
try it ans you will see what i mean... hope that is useful
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I was just playing with it, and you can also insert a blank topic between the main topic and each of the 10 subtopics, it changes the way it display a little. but more work also.

neither is ideal I think
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There isn't a way that I know of. Great idea though. I'll switch the topic to 'idea' and add this to our queue of future features. Thanks!
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There is a way: by using the Slides feature of Mindjet.

Here's what to do:
1) Select first subtopic of 10 subtopics
2) Click on the Power Filter and choose 'Selected Topic', this will hide the other subtopics
3) Right-click on the topic (parent of subtopics) and choose 'New Slide from Topic'
4) Remove the Power Filter
5) Select the first two subtopics
6) Repeat step 2
7) Repeat step 3
8) Repeat step 4
9) Select the first three subtopics
10) Repeat step 2
11) Repeat step 3
11) Repeat step 4
etc..

It's some work, but I think this will create the topic-for-topic effect that you're after.
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Ary, I've tried that approach. It fails when you actually have subtopics for each node. I think Mathieu's solution is the most robust, using the slides feature instead of the walk through feature.