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Old Prune screenshots

This page shows screenshots from previous versions of Prune. Screenshots of the current version of Prune are given in the current screenshots page.

Versions 11, 12

The main layout hasn't changed very significantly since version 10, so here are just a few examples.

  1. The main window of version 12 showing a walk in the UK. The map images are from opencyclemap.org
  2. Full screen mode (no sidebars) and Hungarian language with version 12, running on Debian linux
  3. Windows XP in German
Debian Linux

(1) Linux system showing data from a walk in the UK

Full screen, hungarian

(2) Full screen mode in Hungarian

Windows XP

(3) Prune 12 on Windows XP in German

Version 10

The following screenshots show examples from version 10, from May 2010.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Debian Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The map images come from opencyclemap.org and show contour lines as well as footpaths. A photo has been loaded but not yet correlated with the track.
  2. Prune running on an Apple laptop, using maps from cloudmade. Note that the menubar is not in the window, it's been moved to the top of the screen.
  3. Prune on Elive, with the language set to Polish.
  4. Prune on Microsoft XP, with the language set to German. The view at the bottom is set to show speeds rather than altitudes.
  5. Prune on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, using the Debian package of Prune 10. The language is set to Swiss German and the maps of the Swiss ski resort are from openpistemap.org. The java runtime is OpenJDK.
  6. Prune on Microsoft Windows 7, showing a hike on Snowdon in Britain. The maps are again from opencyclemap.
Debian Linux

(1) Linux system showing data from a walk in the UK

Mac OSX

(2) Mac OSX with cloudmade maps

Elive

(3) Prune on Elive Linux using the Polish language

Windows XP

(4) Prune on Windows XP in German

Ubuntu Lucid Lynx

(5) Prune on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx using OpenJDK

Microsoft Windows 7

(6) Prune on Microsoft Windows 7


Version 9

The following screenshots show examples from version 9, from February 2010.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Debian Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The map images come from opencyclemap.org and show contour lines as well as footpaths. A photo has been loaded but not yet correlated with the track.
  2. A Microsoft 7 system in German, using opencyclemap images with contour lines.
  3. Linux Mint showing tracks from snowboarding in Switzerland, overlaid on maps from openpistemap. The interface is set to Swiss German.
  4. Prune on Mandriva Linux using the new Japanese translations.
  5. Prune on Microsoft XP showing a Swiss hike.
Debian Linux

(1) Linux system showing data from a walk in the UK

Microsoft 7

(2) Microsoft Windows 7 in German

Linux Mint

(3) Linux Mint with Swiss openpistemap.org maps

Japanese language

(4) Prune on Linux using the Japanese language

Windows XP

(5) Prune on Windows XP


Version 8

The following screenshots show examples from version 8, from September 2009.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The map images come from opencyclemap.org and show contour lines as well as footpaths. A photo has been loaded but not yet correlated with the track.
  2. A Microsoft XP system in German showing a hike in Switzerland, using opencyclemap images with contour lines.
  3. Debian showing tracks from snowboarding in Switzerland, overlaid on maps from openpistemap. The interface is set to Swiss German.
  4. Prune on Mandriva 2010 using the Chinese language pack and Openstreetmap images from China.
  5. Prune on Microsoft XP using map images from the OSM Reitkarte.
Linux

(1) Linux system showing data from a walk in the UK

XP

(2) Microsoft XP with cyclemap data from Switzerland

Debian

(3) Debian with Swiss openpistemap.org maps

Chinese language

(4) Prune using the Chinese language

Reitkarte maps

(5) Prune using German Reitkarte images


Version 7

The following screenshots show Prune version 7, from February 2009. They show the most common functions, as follows:

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The map images come from opencyclemap.org and show contour lines as well as footpaths. A photo has been loaded but not yet correlated with the track.
  2. Prune running on Mac OSX, using Openstreetmap images from Germany. A point is selected and its details are shown on the right, using the German language.
  3. A Microsoft XP system showing a hike in Switzerland, using opencyclemap images with contour lines.
  4. A live version of Suse linux with KDE 4.2, showing tracks on Madeira. The map images come from the Osma renderer. Photos have also been loaded and the selected one is shown on the right.
  5. Debian Etch showing tracks from snowboarding in Switzerland, overlaid on maps from openpistemap. The interface is set to Swiss German.
  6. A Microsoft Vista system set to use the Polish language, having loaded a kml file without altitudes.
  7. Prune on Microsoft XP showing tiles from the OSM Reitkarte.
  8. Prune using the Chinese language pack and Opencyclemap images from China.
Linux

(1) Linux system showing data from a walk in the UK

Mac OSX

(2) Mac OSX system using OSM maps from Germany

XP

(3) Microsoft XP with cyclemap data from Switzerland

KDE 4

(4) Suse Linux with KDE 4.2

Debian

(5) Debian with openpistemap.org maps

Vista and Polish language

(6) Microsoft Vista system set to Polish language

XP and Reitkarte

(7) Microsoft XP using Reitkarte images

Chinese language

(8) Prune using the Chinese language


Version 6

The following screenshots show version 6 of Prune, from October 2008. They show the most common functions, as follows:

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved. The map images come from openstreetmap.org.
  2. Another linux system but this time set to use German.
  3. Another linux system showing a coastline hike.
  4. A Windows XP system set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
  5. Output from Povray showing zoomed-in detail of the output.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing map view and altitude profile

Basic view

(2) Linux system using German language

Debian

(3) Prune running on Debian Etch

XP and German language

(4) Windows XP system set to German language

Povray output

(5) Detail of Povray output


Version 5

The following are grabs from version 5 of Prune, from May 2008. The captions are given below with the corresponding numbers.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved.
  2. A Windows XP system set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
  3. Prune running under Sun Solaris. The range details show average speed, and the statusbar notifies that 2 operations have just been undone.
  4. Output from Povray after exporting the data. Also shows zoomed-in detail of the output.
  5. Prune's map window using openstreetmap data.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing top-down view and altitude profile

XP and German language

(2) Windows XP system set to German language

Sun Solaris

(3) Sun Solaris system

Povray output

(4) Output of Povray including detail

Prune map

(5) Prune map window


Version 4

The following are grabs from version 4 of Prune, from January 2008. The captions are given below with the corresponding numbers.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved.
  2. A Windows XP system set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
  3. Prune running under Windows XP showing a photo thumbnail.
  4. Prune running under Sun Solaris.
  5. Prune running under Mac OSX.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing top-down view and altitude profile

XP and German language

(2) Windows XP system set to German language

XP and photo

(3) Windows XP system showing photo thumbnail

Sun Solaris

(4) Sun Solaris system

Mac OSX

(5) Mac OSX system


Version 3

The following are grabs from version 3 of Prune, from August 2007. The captions are given below with the corresponding numbers.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu and toolbar at the top, controls on the left, information on the right, the main map in the middle, and the altitude profile bottom-middle. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved.
  2. A Windows XP system set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
  3. Prune running under Windows XP showing a photo thumbnail.
  4. Prune running under Sun Solaris.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing top-down view and altitude profile

XP and German language

(2) Windows XP system set to German language

XP and photo

(3) Windows XP system showing photo thumbnail

Sun Solaris

(4) Sun Solaris system


Version 2

The following are grabs from version 2 of Prune, from March 2007. The captions are given below with the corresponding numbers.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu at the top, controls on the left, the main map in the middle-right, and the altitude profile bottom-right. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved.
  2. A Windows XP system set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
  3. Prune running under Mac OSX.
  4. Prune running under Sun Solaris.
  5. Part of Google Earth's screen showing exported track data.
  6. Three-dimensional view using Java3D.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing top-down view and altitude profile

XP and German language

(2) Windows XP system set to German language

Mac OSX

(3) Mac OSX system

Sun Solaris

(4) Sun Solaris system

Google Earth output

(5) Google Earth showing exported track

Three-D view

(6) 3d window


Version 1

The following are grabs from the very first released version of Prune, from September 2006. The captions are given below with the corresponding numbers.

  1. The basic screen, shown here under Linux, with the menu at the top, controls on the left, the main map in the middle-right, and the altitude profile bottom-right. The waypoints are shown as black dots on the map, with their names alongside. The window can of course be resized and the dividers moved.
  2. The same screen, but with a point selected (marked by the red cross-hairs, with its details shown on the left panel), and also a range selected (highlighted in green, with its details also shown on the left). The dropdown for "Distance units" determines whether the distance of the selection is shown in kilometers or miles.
  3. Another example of a track, this time using Windows XP, and displaying a track with timestamp information.
  4. A different machine, also using XP but set to use the German language. All menus, dialogs, buttons and information panels reflect the chosen language.
Basic view

(1) Linux system showing top-down view and altitude profile

Selection view

(2) Linux system showing selected point and range

Selection view

(3) Windows XP system showing timestamp information

German language

(4) Windows XP system set to German language