Jun 11, 2008 ... Windows/Mac/Linux: Free, open source application KeyJnote transforms any
simple PDF into a powerful interactive presentation similar to PowerPoint or
Keynote. After you plug your PDF into KeyJnote, you get a slate of ...
Dec 26, 2008 ... I've also used KeyJNote for presentations (in fact, I didn't know until this moment
that is was renamed, I thought it had been abandoned since the old page
keyjnote.sf.net has been dead for a long time). Usually I turn off the ...
Dec 24, 2008 ... But, the dissonance disappears as you start to explore the control and precision
you have in command-line programs like PDFCube and Impressive (formerly
KeyJNote). Both are small and efficient programs that allow you to ...
Mar 14, 2007 ...KeyJnote uses OpenGL to render presentations with unique visual effects. Binary
packages are provided for Ubuntu Edgy. They should work with other debian-like
systems too, but they have only been tested on Ubuntu Edgy.
The stylish way of giving presentations. Impressive is a program that displays
presentation slides. But unlike OpenOffice.org Impress or other similar
applications, it does so with style. Smooth alpha-blended slide transitions are
provided for the ...
I think it might have helped to tell us what packages you've already tried, so we're
not duplicating bad suggestions... But perhaps you want either pdfcube or
Impressive? (There was also another form of keyjnote called ...