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Insert your image. Open the Format inspector. Click the disclosure triangle next to Shadow to open the section. Select the type of drop shadow you wish and customise it if necessary.
If you don't like the idea of pasting your code online, consider installing the Pygments python package and generating your highlighted syntax at the command line: pygmentize sms_me_last_line.sh Copying from Terminal and pasting into Keynote worked for me. But it took me a while to find the formatting control for removing the background text color. (Click ...
Copy/paste with formatting relies on both the application you copy from and the application you copy to supporting this. Keynote 6.1 definitely supports this, so most likely it's where the text is coming from; you're essentially copying unformatted/plain text instead of the formatted text. Copying with format certainly works from Xcode, but does not work ...
This is probably the online highlighter you are using. I use http://markup.su and it works fine with Keynote 6.1 - it autodetects a number of languages and has a number of "themes". If it isn't the highlighter then it may be your template or browser. I was able to take your code and paste it from markup.su in Safari into Keynote perfectly.
You may be able to achieve this behaviour using AppleScript. The questions below touch upon shuffling and randomising slides in Keynote: How to randomize Keynote slides Randomizing slides and duration for repeating Keynote While Keynote is not intended for this kind of behaviour, you may have more success with other more flash card like applications.
Open System Preferences and click on App Store Uncheck "Install app updates" (and probably "Download newly available...")
I don't have a complete answer, but I have seen this as well - as long as Keynote 6.x is installed, I can't set the Open with... to Keynote 5. I've been deleting Keynote 6 from Finder, but unfortunately it comes back every time a Software Update is performed, so it's only a partial solution.
No, this is currently not possible in the app. You can notify Apple that you would like this feature implemented using their Keynote feedback page: http://www.apple.com/feedback/keynote.html
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