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CTAN upload notification: Power bundle version 0.1b

Date: July 27, 2004 9:33:42 PM CEST
On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 Hans Fredrik Nordhaug submitted an update to the texpower package to CTAN: > Name of contribution: TeXPower bundle version 0.1b > Suggested location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/texpower > Summary description: Creating dynamic online presentations with LaTeX > License type: gpl > > Announcement text: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > The TeXPower bundle consists of the TeXPower package, the powersem > class and the tpslifonts package. The main author is Stephan Lehmke. > > Changes in texpower.sty since v0.0.9d: > > - Removed font stuff (now resides in tpslifonts.sty). > - Fixed display errors with some packages like pdfscreen related to \shipout > - Color management extended a little to integrate better with LaTeX. > - Made \step-like commands give better error messages when outside \stepwise. > - Moved source to dtx-format. This made the examples/demos much easier to read. > > Other changes in texpower bundle since v0.0.9d: > > - powersem.cls and tpslifonts.sty now in dtx format. (No other changes.) > - tpslifonts documentation moved out of manual.tex and into tpslifonts.dtx > - manual updated, only minor changes. > - tplists.sty. New (experimental) addon package for texpower which provides easy > dynamic lists. Currently there are stepped, flipped and dimmed versions of > itemize and enumerate (and corresponding lists from the eqlist and paralist > package). > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for your upload, I installed the new version in macros/latex/contrib/texpower The old version in macros/latex/exptl/texpower I replaced with a symlink to the new version. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

texpower – Create dynamic online presentations with

Power is a bundle of packages intended to provide an all-inclusive environment for designing pdf screen presentations to be viewed in full-screen mode, especially for projecting `online' with a video beamer. For some of its core functions, it uses code derived from ppower4 packages.

It is, however, not a complete environment in itself: it relies on an existing class for preparing slides (such as foiltex or seminar) or another package such as pdfslide.

MaintainerStephan Lehmke
Hans Fredrik Nordhaug



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