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Members of the AeB Pro Family of Software

These packages require Acrobat 7.0 or later, the aebXMP package
requires Acrobat 8 Pro. All packages, except the AeB Slicing batch
sequence require the AeB (AcroTeX eDucation Bundle). Pick it up at
the AeB headquarters (http://www.math.uakron.edu/~dpstory/webeq.html).

The following are the first offerings of the AeB Pro Family

(1) The aebXMP Package: A LaTeX package that fills in the advance
    metadata. Requires Acrobat 8 Professional, and uses E4X, the xml
    parser that is built into version 8 JavaScript engine.

    The documentation, aebxmp_doc.pdf, has the package and the test file
    attached to it. (aebxmp.sty and the test file is also extracted to the folder as well)

(2) The AcroSort Package: A novelty package for importing an image that
    has been sliced into rows and columns and randomly rearranged. The
    JavaScript does a bubble sort on the picture.

    Documentation and demo file: acrosort_test.pdf

    Package file and sample images files

    To slice your photos into rows and columns, you will need my AeB
    Slicing batch sequence.

(3) AeB Slicing batch sequence: This is  a batch sequence for Acrobat
    Pro that takes the image open in Acrobat and slices it into a
    specified number of rows and columns, and saves the slices to a
    designated folder.

    Documentation: aebslicing_sequ_doc.pdf

    Batch sequence, AeB Slicing.sequ, and dialog box, aebslice.js for batch
    the batch sequence.

(4) The AcroMemory Package: A LaTeX package that implements two
    variations of a memory game: (1) a single game board consisting of a
    number of tiles, each tile has a matching twin, the object is to
    find all the matching twins; (2) two game boards, both identical
    except one has been randomly rearranged, the object is the find the
    matching pieces in each of the two game boards. The AeB Slicing is
    used to slice the image into a specified number of rows and columns.

    Two demo files illustrate the two games: (1) one game board
    acromemory1_1.pdf and (2) two game boards acromemory2_1.pdf

    Documentation: acromemory_doc.pdf

    Package files, demo files and image files.

    To slice your photos into rows and columns, you will need my AeB
    Slicing batch sequence.

(5) Robot Man: This one is just for fun. Source file is attached to the
    robot_man.pdf demo document. The files are also extraced from the robot_man.pdf
    for easy access.

Regards,

dpstory@uakron.edu

Now, I simply must get back to my retirement.