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"Compute" Keynote themes released

updated 07:50 pm EST, Mon October 30, 2006

"Compute" Keynote themes

Divine Fiat today released Compute, its latest theme set for Apple's Keynote presentation software consisting of "Workstation," "iTheme - Black," and "iTheme - White." Inspired by the industrial look and feel of the Mac Pro, Workstation is designed to give 'an elegant power' to presentations. From the 'cheese-grater' ventilation to the aluminum case, Workstation is meant to appear as sleek and strong as the computer that inspired it. Both iTheme - Black and iTheme - White incorporate the sleek, polished look and feel of the iPod as well as the new MacBooks. All three themes attempt to provide the same professional quality to presentations as all things Macintosh. Workstation, iTheme - Black, and iTheme - White are available individually for $20, or as part of the Compute collection for $50.

The Compute theme set features scaleable countdown timers that include a progress bar for workstation, an elegant reflection for iTheme - Black, and a progress spinner for iTheme - White. All three countdown timers are QuickTime movies with transparent backgrounds to provide a seamless look when used with the Compute theme set or any Keynote theme, according to Divine Fiat. Timers come in 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 minute lengths. The Compute theme set also features creative photo cutouts with plenty of seamless transitions, fully editable button objects for kiosk style presentations, and custom fill textures for shapes, charts and tables.




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