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 ==== Goal ==== ==== Goal ====
  
-The application must be able to show a series of images and play back sounds when buttons are pushed, a complete breakdown of the application can be found in this PDF+The application must be able to show a series of images and play back sounds when buttons are pushed. 
-Someone familiar with Android should be able to do this in a day or two.+
 The application begins by displaying a splash icon on the main screen and potentially plays a sound. The application begins by displaying a splash icon on the main screen and potentially plays a sound.
 video: splash_start.MPG (please see SPLASH CONFIGURATION FILE). video: splash_start.MPG (please see SPLASH CONFIGURATION FILE).
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 The application then displays images as ICONS on screen from pictures in lists by the name chp01.txt chp02.txt etc. with a text or partial text printed underneath if present in text file. The application then displays images as ICONS on screen from pictures in lists by the name chp01.txt chp02.txt etc. with a text or partial text printed underneath if present in text file.
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 Program must be able to handle PNG, SVG and JPG as minimum, other image formats welcome. Program must be able to handle PNG, SVG and JPG as minimum, other image formats welcome.
  
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