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Author: JPMarkey (Jambo) Submitted: 6th January, 2008 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 76

Edited By Pixeljames, on 1/21/2009

PsWe || Photoshop Whiteboard edition

Okay, the basic idea behind this was because I have a tablet and wanted a program like the whiteboard at college for use with advanced mathemathics and generally jotting things down. The college has promethean software and I can't find any freeware program that does anything near the same.

I've only spent about 2-3 hours on this first compiled version (1.0) so some things are unfinished, not implemented properly but hopefully i'll have it sorted in the next version and shall release it in the hope that it helps someone else as it is helping me.

The program consists of all your basic paint abilities; brush, cirles, squares, colours etc. with added one-click-next-page feature. It saves an image of your current page and moves on the next so you can easily follow your train of thought.

After the session, if you wish to keep your slides, rename the tabs folder and it should create a new one.

Feedback is crucial and anyone with experience with the Draw Object, it would be nice to gather some advice (I can't seem to find how to change the thickness of the brush, everything else changes, accept the brush)

Also, if anyone knows of a whiteboard program with slides which you can flick between it would be a great timesaver if you could tell me about the application thank you!

Slide Notes: Doesn't save in screen capture, I believe. Also conflicts with the hot-keys (b for brush, e for eraser) so it is very much a feature for the next version
Colours: The preset of black doesn't work for some reason.

Next Version
Slides: Flick backwards and forwards between session slides
Slide Notes: Save with image capture and shall fix the hot keys conflict
Hot Keys: Full hot key array

P.s. I only used the name Photoshop because it uses the same toolbar design and didn't want to seem as I was trying to claim it my own, so I used their application name instead

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Posted by JPMarkey (Jambo) 6th January, 2008

Oh, by the way; there are two versions included:

800x600 and 1280x700

I made it specefic for me and then realised most people probably wouldn't have a high widescreen resolution so created a small version so most people can test it =
Comment edited by Pixeljames, on 1/6/2008
Posted by DaVince 7th January, 2008
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1280x700 fits perfectly on my screen, cool.

Nice little app. Like Paint, but quicker to switch images in.
Posted by Reno 11th January, 2008
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Fits on my screen too ^^
Posted by Dr. James MD 21st January, 2008
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1280x700 isn't high! But I agree, a pretty useful app.
Posted by MBK 8th February, 2008
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I like how smooth the paintbrush works. But, isn't there a way to zoom in to see the pixels ? ... the zoom seems broken.

? And 1280x700 isn't big enough for me to go full screen ... any chance you could make a bigger version ? ... like the next step up or so.

800x600 is even smaller

GraphicsGale is the only thing that i use besides TGF's built in graphic tool. .. GraphicsGale is the Best Pixel Animation tool that i know of. I have a few other ones, but don't even use them.

So, how do i Zoom in ?






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