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Old 09-15-2011, 09:00 PM   #1
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LXer: PDFCube: viewing PDF files with 3D cube effect


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PDFCube is a tiny ([he]lt[/he]100KiB) program to render PDF presentations with special 3D effects. It adds eye-candy to your PDF presentations, even Latex, Beamer and Prosper ones. The main effect we see is to rotate a cube, like the Compiz effect, to turn the page and also includes the zoom to 5 predefined areas of the screen.

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