ImPress allows you to create good quality documents using vector graphics. You can use ImPress within a web browser with the Tcl/Tk plugin. It's a reasonable desktop publishing and presentation tool in a small package designed for Linux and for integration with Ghostscript.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Vector-Based Presentation|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux AIX BSD FreeBSD HP-UX SCO Solaris|
Release Notes: Vectorizeable text, undo, gradients, pstoedit updates, major rewrites of grouping engine, and an ImageMagick callout.
Release Notes: A fix for users without KDE or using KDE 1.x.
Release Notes: In this release OPTIONS have been documented, the Tk 8.3.2 WYSIWYG patch has been merged, better Save As handling has been implemented, the window raise time was improved, and KDE integration is better. The Template dpi inconsistency, text window lowering on Open, and the preservation of font family across text dialog have been fixed.
Release Notes: Rulers are now removed on printing. A TkHtml integration option was added. RPM spec and Makefile changes were made. The Landscape option has returned. Pstoedit and font3d now default to being built statically to avoid problems with C++.
Release Notes: Changes in this release include pstoedit image handling, alignment options, EPS support (added back in), and HTTP loading now enabled even in standalone mode.