CPOINt is a new way to create slideshows that can be viewed on many different operating systems.
Version: 1.3CPOINt is a new way to create slideshows that can be viewed on many different operating systems. Most slideshow creating programs (not mentioning any names) are designed to only work with the operating system that they were created on. Some effort has been made to remedy this, but there are no fully cross platform solutions.
Operating System: Linux
One of CPOINt's purposes is to create a new type of slideshow that can be viewed on older computers and newer. The software is split into three projects: A light viewer, which can run on older machines such as pentiums and 486s. A "heavy" viewer for the newest computers, with all the animations and special effects you could need. And finally, a GTK based WYSIWYG editor.
What's New in This Release:
· Button and font support was fixed, and an autotools-based package and a Debian Etch package have been created.
· Support for default fonts was added, a bug was fixed in the CString library, and the rest of the source code has been added to the archive.