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badog
i have not any software to open powerpoint file.
badog
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Antikx
I haven't tried it but perhaps other could comment... What about Open Office?
badog
OOo is too big to slow.
drnick
QUOTE(badog @ Apr 3 2006, 12:58 PM)
OOo is too big to slow.
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There is a slideware component to gnome-office but the name escapes me. Also there is KPresenter from KOffice. I dont think IPK's exist, so compling on PDAX would be needed.
badog
thank you for help.
no slideware in G-office,i think. i don't seek it .
koffice is compled by any one?
badog
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desertrat
QUOTE(badog @ Apr 6 2006, 10:02 AM)
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Please, search sourceforge.net or freshmeat.net (etc) for something that might do the job, then ask someone whether they're able to compile it (for pdaXrom). If there's nothing out there, then ... there's nothing out there.

Continually bumping this thread will not make a powerpoint clone appear overnight smile.gif


-- cheers
omro
I find that OpenOffice isn't stunningly fast, but it's not exactly slow either on my C1000.

Wasn't there a Sharp PowerPoint viewer?
Reaper
Yes, there WAS a Sharp Hancom Presenter (from SL-5500 software, if I'm correct), but it has two major disadvantages: 1) It's for Qtopia ROM only, though I should once try it under newly-compiled Qtopia for pdaX; and 2) It's as much of cheap bastard as to show only text and NO images at all (background and so on). Let alone animation.. mad.gif
jpmatrix
hi
so what about a powerpoint viewer for pdaxrom ?
daniel3000
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 14 2007, 01:22 PM)
hi
so what about a powerpoint viewer for pdaxrom ?
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Export your presentation as JPGs and view them with GQView biggrin.gif

Seriously: I have not seen any besides OpenOffice yet. And OpenOffice doesn't do the job too well.
BTW: Where did it come from? Did anyone compile it by themselves?
It would be great to have the latest version as ARM binaries, maybe even without the need to have a debian environment loaded, which (as far as I understood it so far) connects to the pdaXrom X server via TCP/IP to display the OpenOffice GUI... That MUST be slow!

daniel
Chero
Maybe someone should take a closer look at these :

http://www.gnome.org/projects/agnubis/ = the gnome one
http://member.wide.ad.jp/wg/mgp/ = Magic Point presentation viewer
http://live.gnome.org/Evince/SupportedDocumentFormats = support in Evince is planned
http://tonicsystems.com/products/viewer/ = java ppt/pps viewer (light and fast is what I read about it)

10' of googling can give nice results.
Chero.
jpmatrix
QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 14 2007, 04:21 PM)
Maybe someone should take a closer look at these :

http://www.gnome.org/projects/agnubis/ = the gnome one
http://member.wide.ad.jp/wg/mgp/ = Magic Point presentation viewer
http://live.gnome.org/Evince/SupportedDocumentFormats = support in Evince is planned
http://tonicsystems.com/products/viewer/ = java ppt/pps viewer (light and fast is what I read about it)

10' of googling can give nice results.
Chero.
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yeah! perhaps the java one would work under pdaxii... i'll try!
jpmatrix
i've just tried tonicsystems.com java viewer and ... it launchs !!! .... but .... the menus doesn't seem to work........

EDITED:
i've tried java -jar xxx.jar filename.pps and it seems it wants to load the powerpoint but on the console it complains about some java things........
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