CVSId: $Id: README,v 1.5 2001/10/24 15:11:25 exupery Exp $ Prosper A LaTeX class to produce high quality slides See the documentation in doc/prosper-doc.pdf for a user manual. Read the INSTALL file for installing the class on your system. The contrib/ directory contains prosper styles contributed by various authors. Troubleshootings ================ See file TROUBLESHOOTINGS for solutions to common problems. Acknowledgments =============== Many thanks to the following courageous beta-testers who provided me with bug reports and numerous suggestions for improvement in fakeppt and prosper. Extra thanks go to Vincent Dubois for suggesting me defining \FromSlide, \OnlySlide,... macros. Vincent Dubois <Vincent.Dubois@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Ga�tan Gaumer <Gaetan.Gaumer@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Eric Langu�nou <Eric.Languenou@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Pascal Poizat <Pascal.Poizat@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Gy�m Raschia <Guillaume.Raschia@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Vincent Rossignol <Vincent.Rossignol@irin.univ-nantes.fr> Last but not least, many users on the prosper-users list provided us with advices and invaluable feedback. Bug reports and suggestions for improvements ============================================ Please go to the homepage of prosper at Source Forge and fill the appropriate forms there for either bug reports or suggestions for improvements: http://prosper.sourceforge.net/ If you plan to use Prosper on a regular basis, you should consider subscribing to the lists prosper-users and prosper-announcement (see the homepage).
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prosper – LaTeX class for high quality slides
Prosper is a LaTeX class for writing transparencies. It is written as an extension of the seminar class by Timothy Van Zandt.
Prosper offers a friendly environment for creating slides for both presentations with an overhead projector and a video projector. Slides prepared for a presentation with a computer and a video projector may integrate animation effects, incremental display, and so on. Various visual styles are supported (including some that mimic PowerPoint) and others are being contributed.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.2|
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