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Customizable automatic solution using scrot and imagemagickOverview scrot is a highly customizable CLI screenshot utility. In this example we utilize its capability to pass screenshots to external programs in order to add a pretty dropshadow effect w
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No one has yet mentioned the excellent qtfm, which, for a lightweight filemanager has some very useful features. It is based on 'pure QT' and does not bring with it a huge amount of dependencies like other filemanagers might. It can be installed with
I still find dia to be a great option, and I'm curious to know why you find that the network diagrams don't look adequate. In my experience, there are a large number of traditional network diagram shapes such as the conceptual drawings for routers, s
Overview calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. Calibre is primarily a ebook cataloging program. It manages your ebook collection for you
Does anyone know anything good for MongoDB on Ubuntu? Answers 12 There is RockMongo (a web-based php client), but I can't tell how good it is. desgua September 01, 2011 17:57 PM One thing I know of (but don't like the interface very much) is UMongo,
Introduction to Mind MapA mind map is a graphical representation of ideas or topics in a radial, non-linear manner. Mind maps are used to visualize, organize, and classify ideas, making them perfect for study aids, organizing information, problem sol
Yes, there is an alternative to the Ubuntu Software Center named appgrid. It's a very lightweight application center for Ubuntu and it will let you purchase applications too. You can install it in Ubuntu with these following commands: sudo add-apt-re
A book is a huge writing project with many steps, each step needing it's own tools. So it's best to use several applications along the way, one for each phase your in: 1>Brainstorming 2>Drafting 3>Editing 4>Publication. LaTeX scripting us
Password managers are becoming more and more popular. The ability to keep all of your passwords in one spot is highly appealing. With mobile, you can have them on you at all times and the security isn’t half bad anymore