comes with a huge load of new features
* Most importantly, KeyJnote now uses Xpdf's pdftoppm as the default PDF rendering backend. This not only solves numerous GhostScript problems – it's also faster and cuts the Windows version's size down to a half.
* New keyboard shortcuts: [Home]/[End] for first/last page, [L] to return to the most recently displayed page, [I] and [O] for interactive toggle of the skip and »visible on overview page« flags, [R] to reset the timer
* Unused alphanumeric or function keys can now be used for shortcuts to quickly access specific pages.
* KeyJnote finally accepts lists of image file names on the command line. This makes JPEG/PNG slideshows much easier.
* Transitions can now be turned off completely, either globally or on a per-page basis.
* The PagePeel transition is not longer part of the default set of transitions. This means that now all default (automatically assigned) transitions are of the non-intrusive Crossfade and Wipe kind. Note that any info scripts which do a AvailableTransitions.remove(PagePeel) will not work any longer!
* On the other hand, two new families of (rather intrusive) transitions have been added: Slide and Squeeze. Both come in variants for all four main directions, Left, Right, Up and Down.
* The OSD layout is now configurable on the command line.
* New page properties: transtime to set the transition duration for a single slide, progress to suppress display of the duration/progress indicator bar, reset to reset the timer after a page has been shown
* Added the possibility to execute any Python code before and after specific pages.
* Of course, there's a bunch of minor extensions and also bugfixes, most importantly the one for the supersample mode. (Which, on the other hand, is somewhat obsolete now that Xpdf is used for rendering