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Multitalk

Multitalk is a presentation program designed for giving more interactive and engaging talks. Slides are laid out in a two- dimensional canvas that you navigate in any direction, in real time, using the mouse. All of your talks can be merged into the same space. You can zoom out and create hyperlinks between slides. Each slide may also contain nested expandable sections like a folding text editor. Every slide can have an arbitrary style to control layout and visual appearance.

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  •  02 Sep 2008 04:30

    Release Notes: The main new features are HTML export, a second zoom level, repositioning multiple slides at once, support for different screen sizes, pinned slides, maximized or dual slide views, and more powerful hyperlinks.

    •  10 Jun 2008 14:07

      Release Notes: This release adds custom colors, a giant laser-style mouse pointer, headings, self-contained talks, horizontal rules, PDF documentation, and minor bugfixes.

      •  04 Jan 2007 04:08

        Release Notes: This version adds LaTeX integration, which allows LaTeX syntax to be embedded within any slide's text.

        •  12 Dec 2006 18:31

          Release Notes: A new "card stack" feature allows you to step through content within a slide. You can also enable a translucent radar window to show nearby slides. Images can now be folded. There are various user interface improvements: keyboard control, reverse mouse, better click behaviour, and grid alignment.

          •  23 Nov 2006 04:15

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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