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Manual Reference Pages  -  XSW (1)

NAME

xsw - a slideshow presentation tool

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Basic Options
User Options
Developer Options
Author
Copyright

SYNOPSIS

xsw [options] FILE

DESCRIPTION

xsw is a slideshow presentation tool for all those who are frustrated with Microsoft PowerPoint and its clones.

It uses SDL as backend and reads from a input file, that should be written by the user in the xsw language described in the manual.

BASIC OPTIONS

-v, --version
  display application version information
-h, --help
  display application help
-T, --tutorial
  Display a presentation that shows a brief tutorial about what xsw is and how it works.

USER OPTIONS

-f, --fullscreen
  Starts in fullscreen mode.

DEVELOPER OPTIONS

-s, --slide [NUM]
  Start at the slide number NUM.
-l, --last
  Starts in the last slide. This can be used as a help when writing the presentation, since the user will usually be writing the last slide.
-d, --developer
  Starts in developer mode. This means a grid will be shown to help the developer to position his strings and images. This grid can also be turned on and off by pressing CTRL+D.

AUTHOR

Andre’ Wagner <andre.nho@gmail.com>.

All development is done at http://xsw.googlecode.com/

This manual page was written by Andre’ Wagner <andre.nho@gmail.com>.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2009 Andre’ Wagner

There is NO warranty. You may redistribute this software under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information about these matters, see the files named COPYING.

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