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You could use Creately or Creately Desktop to help you draw Gantt Charts or timelines. Lot less time fiddling around as the timeline and due dates can be just put in and the unit of time can be configured. Then just draw the bars or lines. Can export as vector to be put into LaTex I suppose.
It's an old question, but I've already been in a quest for 2D animation solutions for Mac, so let me share my findings: Adobe Flash is an extremely complete tool. The amount of options and tools may seem overwhelming at first, but really, it took me less than a day to do a pretty decent animation. I say that if you are planning to work on more complex ...
I just read about this and is very simple. In Nautilus you must go to Connect to server and at address dialog use ssh://user@server to acces to files via SSH/SCP ftp://user@server for ftp accesss sftp://user@server for sftp smb://server for windows shares
Another solution (not as quick as the accepted answer, but more elementary): It's actually possible to set the transition time to a fractional value, just by typing it in: I'd somehow assumed that, since the default value in the box was 00:00 rather than 00:00.0 that this would just correct to 00:00, but it doesn't, and the presentation ends up ...
I can see reasons to do a movie and reasons not to. If you want to try the latter and adjust the timing for all of the slides, this'll do it. Change the 5.55 to however many seconds.fractions you like: Sub SetAdvanceTimeAllSlides() With ActivePresentation.Slides.Range .SlideShowTransition.AdvanceTime = 5.55 End With End Sub If nothing ...
I think a really good one is Foxit Phantom, found here: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/PDF_Editor/ It's got all the functionality of Acrobat, but it's easier to use, less expensive and pretty much an industry standard these days. Give it a shot! I hope it works for you.
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