The issue of whether cell brackets are visible all the time -- not just when you hover the cursor at the right window edge, is independent of of using the StyleSheet you mention and of setting the View Environment to SlideShow: it's a notebook option that you may set with the Option Inspector, either at the Selected Notebook level or Globally. In the Option Inspector, search for ShowCellBracket. You'll see that it's set by default at Automatic, which is the behavior you're observing. Change it to True if you want cell brackets to show all the time.
The issue of the SlideShow environment omitting the navigation arrows in a bar at the top is something I'm not seeing in 9.0.1 under OS X. Perhaps you changed some option affecting that, too?
On Apr 3, 2013, at 10:53 PM, =8Aer=FDch Jakub <Serych@panska.cz> wrote:
> I have trouble with view environment in presentation I have prepared (Mathematica 9.0.1). > > I have applied StyleSheet Slideshow/Earth to my presentation (but it doesn't matter which stylesheet is used). In the SlideShow View Environment I can see the background image, but there are not little section opening arrows on the left side of the titles and subtitles and also the cell brackets on the right border of the page are visible only after rolling over by the mouse. If I switch to the Presentation View Environment, I can see cell brackets and section opening arrows, but the background image is not visible (on the top of the slideshow, there is frame with message: "Background images and text colors have been adjusted for editing purposes"). > > Does anybody know, how to switch on the cell control entities in the SlideShow environment or the background images in the Presentation environment?
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