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Slideshow on old Quadra

Slideshow on old Quadra

Slideshow on old Quadra

I'm a UK cartoonist and I draw straight into the mac (My G3 laptop, and I also use my G4 mac), via wacom tablet.
I am going to be presenting a slideshow at the weekend, for which Jpeg View software will be perfect. Also, my ancient Quadra and monotor will be perfect for the occassion. I don't want to disassemble and transport my G4 pride and joy).
However, Jpeg View won't work on the old Quadra (OS is 7). Can I get round this or is there another slideshow software package - free or shareware - anyone can suggest for the day?
Many thanks in advance

RE: Slideshow on old Quadra

I know it's probably too late for your slide show, but you should try Graphic Converter (by Lemke Software) next time.

RE: Slideshow on old Quadra

What are the min system requirements for your slide show s/w?

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