GnomeKiSS project is a KiSS paper doll viewer for GNOME.
GnomeKiSS is an implementation of French-KiSS for the GNOME desktop environment, using GNOME, GTK+ and the X Window System. French KiSS is an enhanced KiSS/GS for scriptable dolls, where KiSS is an abbreviation for Kisekae Set System (or something).
GnomeKiSS apparently works on plenty of Linux systems (including Debian GNU/Linux and PLD Linux) and is available as a FreeBSD port. If you don't have one of these Free operating systems I have been told that GnomeKiSS compiles and runs on Mac OS X and Sun Solaris too. It should work on any modern Unix-like system with GNOME installed but obviously I can't test them all.
What's New in This Release:
· GNOME 2.x conversion aiming at GNOME 2.6 and later
· Many new compiler warnings fixed, e.g. sign and const fixes
· Further changes to event handling to ensure interactivity when stressed
· Fixed snprintf() call to stay strictly within the buffer
· Still warn, but don't ignore objects declared after @EventHandler