A Style is a composite object, which combines one or more from
each of the style-elements below. If you design your own style, you can
specify which style-elements are allowed to be used. It is really easy
to develop a new element and to develop your own style (when you are
familiar with Perl).
- The decoration describes how a slide should be decorated: background
images or solid background color? Pen and backdrop color.
The images used in the unordered list.
Currently, only solid backgrounds
- Control on the process of the presentation. Automatic progress, or
phased presentation. There is currently only one way to specify
the dynamics: the default way.
- Fonts are very important for the presentation, of course. On any
platform, there are many kinds of fonts. Some are fast but poor, other
are beautiful but slow.
PPresenter now supports:
- When we enter text, the result should be nice. It is always a balance
between simplicity and beauty. For everyone that point of balance is
The PPresenter distribution contains
a plaintext formatter: hard newline where you type one, and
no translations at all.
close to the plaintext formatter, although lines starting
with indented dashes are translated into correctly indented item-lists.
- markup: an HTML-like editor.
- A screen will display the slide's title and text. Where the title
and the text is located is determined by the templates. There is one
set of templates: the default set.
Portable Presenter is written and maintained by
Copyright (C) 2000-2002, Free Software Foundation FSF.