Resources for Ovation Pro
This site is a central repository for third party applets and other resources suitable for use with Ovation Pro, the DTP application for RISC OS from David Pilling.
On the 1st of July 1999, publication of the OvationPro DTP program
was taken over by its author David Pilling.
All contact regarding sales, support etc. should in future be to David Pilling.
The official Ovation Pro web site has moved to www.davidpilling.net/ovationpro/
The latest release of Ovation Pro is version 2.75, which may be obtained from http://www.davidpilling.net/ovationpro/upgrade/
All upgrades are now referred to version 2.60 as the base version. If you have a version earlier than 2.60, then contact David Pilling to upgrade to the new CD version.
For those with Windows™ PCs, David Pilling proposes to release a Windows™ version of Ovation Pro. There is currently (13 Aug 2003) a freely downloadable time limited version, essentially corresponding to version 2.71 on RISC OS. Full details may be found on the Ovation Pro web site www.davidpilling.net/ovationpro/. There is full file compatibility between the RISC OS and Windows™ versions.
Download area contents
History of additions/updates to the download area.
A short description of each applet is provided.
A number of stand alone applications of relevance to DTP and presentation.
Filters are facilities to allow Ovation Pro to import non-native data files.
Colour printing aids
Various colour charts and palettes.
A range of templates for documents and labels, either in stylesheet or full document format.
Complete documents to demonstrate the application of Ovation Pro in publishing.
Macros, and other miscellaneous files
A collection of macros, euro font file, templates, and dictionaries
Alternative icons for buttons, etc..
Draw files for frame borders
Ovation Pro version 2.55 now supports Impression draw file borders. Here are some examples.
Upgrading Ovation Pro
Ensure you have the latest version, browse some tips on upgrading
The Ovation Pro Maillist
What it is, and how to subscribe
Hints and tips, and recurring queries
Some hints to get the best out of Ovation Pro, mainly based on material extracted from the Maillist
All comments and queries to Chris Johnson, the originator of
This page last modified on 1st December 2004 at 19:02 pm