1.1 About SoftProjector
In about 2007 a program called BibleProjector has been released by Ilya Spivakov. It was a very simple program that showed Bible verses on the screen in church. He also added ability to show song. In early 2009, one more developer, Vladislav Kobzar has joined the programming. Plans for have been set to redevepope initial program and call it "SoftProjector". So the development has started again and in spring of 2009 fist development release of SoftProjector has been released. During summer of 2009, one more developer has joined the team, Matvey Adzhigirey, and with his help, in the fall first alpha release of SoftProjector has been released to the public and in spring of 2010 first beta version has been made available. With Gods help and wisdom, many changes improvements has been made, many new features has been added, while keeping it simple and easy to use, but still powerful.
SoftProjector is written in C++ with Qt libraries. Writing with Qt
libraries, it enable to have this program easily complied on any
operating system without writing any additional code. All code is open
source and anyone who can program can do their modifications to it.
Source code can be downloaded form
without any charge. SoftProjector 2 is built on Qt 4.8.5.
Qt libraries are available from http://qt-project.org/
As SoftProjector is written as open source program, this means that SoftProjector is completely free. There is no charge to use this program.
Copyright (C) 2014 Vladislav Kobzar
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation version 3 of the License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License V3 for more details.
Minimum requirements for SoftProjector has not been established. SoftProjector has
been successfully build and tested on Linux (Fedora), Mac, and Windows (Xp,
Vista, Win7, and Win8).
Dual monitor support is recommended for softProjector to display as designed. See section 5.4. Dual Screen Settings