'SlideProjector' prepares and displays electronic slide shows. It relies on computer graphic files as its source of programming material, and can show images in many different ways. It saves user choices and its created slide shows as plain text files, so it can interface with other programs that handle image lists. Users can examine and manipulate directories of graphic images, create a plain-text "show" file containing the images chosen by the user, and then display that show. It is compatible with the commands issued by common multimedia projectors.
released on 23 February 2005
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