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1:: About Lucide ::
2
3Lucide is a plugin-based document viewer with support for various file formats.
4
5It provides a SOM based plugin architecture which allows 3rd party programmers
6to easily add more plugins.
7
8
9:: Plugins ::
10
11   Supported file type         Supported features
12  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
13         PDF                   Scaling, Rotation, Navigation, Text
14                               selection, Searching, Asynchronous rendering,
15                               PostScript printing
16
17         DJVU                  Scaling, PostScript printing
18
19         JPG                   -
20  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
21
22The DJVU plugin requires Innotek LIBC:
23
24    ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0.6.1-csd1.zip
25
26PostScript printing requires PostScript-capable printer (pscript.drv).
27
28
29To see a full list of features and enhancements consult the Lucide TRAC at:
30
31  http://svn.netlabs.org/lucide/
32
33If you encounter any bugs register them in the TRAC as well, see:
34
35  http://svn.netlabs.org/lucide/newticket
36
37Please make sure you select the correct version and component for your ticket.
38
39
40:: Pipe commands ::
41
42First instance of Lucide will create named pipe \PIPE\LUCIDE. You may
43send following commands to pipe:
44
45$prev              - will switch to previous page
46$next              - will switch to next page
47$switchfullscreen  - will switch to fullscreen (even if minimized)
48$minimize          - will mimimize Lucide (even if fullscreen)
49
50This may be useful for presentations with remote control.
51
52
53:: License ::
54
55Lucide is licensed for use with eComStation only. You are not allowed to
56distribute the product by uploading it to public Internet servers or by any
57other means make it publicly available.
58
59The plugins are released under CDDL/LGPL or GPL, depending on the plugin. See
60http://svn.netlabs.org/lucide/ for more information and source code.
61
62
63:: Links ::
64
65http://www.netlabs.org
66http://www.ecomstation.com
67
68
69:: Copyright ::
70
71(c) 2006 by Eugene Romanenko, netlabs.org
72    in co-operation with Serenity Systems International
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