It’s easy to configure, available in many many languages and the best of all: It’s platform-independent. ” RSSOwl is such an application. RSSOwl lets you gather, organize, update, and store information from any compliant source in a convenient, easy to use interface, save selected information in various formats for offline viewing and sharing, and much more. Applications that collect data from RSS-compliant sites are called RSS readers or “aggregators.
Everyhting is great but I have one problem – I want to create a few shortcuts on my desktop. In Windows 7 it was easy – just right click the icon in the Start menu and click on “Send to desktop (create shortcut). But this has now disappeared. I just bought my first, new Windows 10 laptop the other day. In Windows 10 the same thing can be achieved by right clicking on “All Apps”. So can someone please tell me how to rectify this ridiculous situation.
“GNOME is the only DE that ever got close, and then they decided to remove all the complexity and eliminate their reason to exist. “Move away from the bloat and oversimplicity of GNOME or from the widget salad of KDE to what, Xfce or LXDE, with their perfectly horrible file managers and primitive panels.
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Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages, and it focuses on editing dynamic and interactive websites. Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and webdesigners, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code.
) covers Linux pretty well. There are also sites like OMG Ubuntu that are great for finding new and updated software. WebUpD8 goes even farther, and provides their own repositories-Andrew there is VERY good about getting new versions of stuff the regular repositories don’t cover or only update on a new release. He’s also good about getting patches out.
FreeWRL supports the VRML97 and X3D open standards;
Is confirmed as “Interchange Profile” conformant by the Web3d Consortium;
Runs on OSX and Linux, it runs within Web browsers, or standalone;
Is ReWire and MIDI enabled for sound-based interaction;
Is able to interconnect to other programs using MIDI, or the EAI and SAI external programming interfaces.
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Also lets you convert one format to another. FontForge has support for many macintosh font formats. FontForge — An outline font editor that lets you create your own postscript, truetype, opentype, cid-keyed, multi-master, cff, svg and bitmap (bdf, FON, NFNT) fonts, or edit existing ones.
The easier it is to get what I need, and the easier it is to use, the more I appreciate linux. I’ve spent a couple of hours reviewing them, and now have a list of 16 ‘must haves’. The first thing I see on the home page is a list of 100 suggested programs that an experienced linux user provided. The look exactly like what I need, and what most people new to linux will not only need, but appreciate.
@Francis Lobo – Thanks for the input. One thing In all honesty be truthful now Do you really believe (with all you heart) that a beginner is going to use MuSe, Rosegarden, FreeWRL, KPovModeler, PuTTY, Gambas and many others. Tools for beginners and professionals alike. In this post I tried to give a broad range that would help as many people as possible. Come, come now Remember I was a Linux beginner once (I’m still learning a lot), but as a beginner I’d never have dreamed of using some of these applications, I’d never have know how.
In addition, they do it just the same way on MS and Apple computers. MS clearly has a management problem smart enough to “tame” the tech divisions. For me, the worst case was when MS switched to a clutter of icons for Word and Excel and eliminated Menus that worked great. The start menu reflects a problem that Microsoft has had for years and is typical of any large organization that has lots of divisions that must justify their existence – they must make changes, even if they are not needed as they fear a cut in personal. I was forced to use open source software for both these products and will now never go back, as they do everything I need to do and much more.