Event Links Demo Video
Thursday, January 03, 2008
Here is a video that shows how to use Bee Docs Timeline to make interactive timelines using event links. It also shows the creation of an interactive PDF timeline, a brand new feature added in the latest update.
View the PDF created in the demo
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Do you have a version for OS X 10.4? All I see is a version for Leopard.
Bee Docs' Timeline 2.0 and above require Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard).
However, Bee Docs' Timeline 1.6 works with Mac OS X 10.3.9 and 10.4.
A purchased license will work with both version, so that you can use 1.6 now and upgrade to 2.0 for free when you have a computer with Leopard installed.
Thanks. Where do I find it?
Go to the download page and choose "Mac OS X 10.3.9 - 10.4.11" before clicking the Download Now button.
The 2.0 improvements are great. I didn't realize that it would recognize my old Timeline license and hence paid for another license when I didn't have to. However, It's such a significant improvement, I don't mind the mistake at all--glad to support this kind of improvement in Timeline.
This product has huge potential for law enforcement / trial support applications. Great job!
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Jim - Thanks for the link!
My organization is considering purchasing Bee Docs, but I would have to create our timelines on my home computers and then export the pdfs for use on our website (which we update on a PC). From this video it sounds like that would not be a problem but I just wanted to double-check that the links would still function when transferring from Mac to PC.
Anna - Yes, the PDF files generated with Bee Docs Timeline will display nicely on any platform that can display PDF (Windows, Mac, iPhone, etc...)
The link feature will work with PDF viewers that support linking. For example, Adobe Reader on Windows will support links in a PDF.
pdf link is broken
VUELA - I fixed the broken link. Thank you for letting me know!
Adam, is there a feature that would allow me to export a timeline as an interactive web site? I would love to be able to take my Timeline 3D project and upload it to a website as a fully user-interactive page.
Vince - Yes! Please see the following blog post: http://blog.beedocs.com/2011/01/web-timeline-debut.html
Do you still have the 1.6 version? I have an old OS.
No, we are no longer supporting versions of Mac OS X prior to 10.5. Having older versions of our software on the website was confusing to many people. Sorry!
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