Projects / drawboard


drawboard is a Java applet used to make graphical teleconferences (like the whiteboard in Netmeeting). When you draw something on your table, all remote users can see it. It features a client-server architecture and a high-color palette.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Aug 2004 19:19

    Release Notes: If the JAR file was digitally signed, the client can communicate with any machine (including localhost). The "host" option was added to the applet. This feature will not work by default.

    •  19 Feb 2004 23:56

      Release Notes: The server AWT dependency was removed and the -c switch was fixed, making it possible to set the background color.

      •  29 Dec 2003 21:02

        Release Notes: This release has a workaround for failed HTTP port autosensing. A date field has been added to sent image email messages, and email sending has been improved. Crashing when the mouse was pressed and moved out of and into the drawing area has been fixed. Double buffering was added to the menu.

        •  25 Dec 2002 21:26

          Release Notes: Users can now place PNG images as the background of the drawing area and change it at any time.

          •  15 Oct 2002 21:16

            Release Notes: The drawboard client can now use different languages. English, Polish, and German are currently supported. There are also a few small bugfixes.


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