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You can use wps office which is a Chinese imitation of ms office 2010 for linux and windows (and it's free!!!), if you use LibreOffice sometimes the pictures move etc., but with wps office this dosen't happen and the sty is exacly the same but for ubuntu for now is a Beta1 version, some things need to go beter. Instalation in terminal For downloading the ...
I don't know how to completely solve this problem, but this is the workaround that I use at the moment: The pdf2svg package transforms a a pdf to svg by vectorizing the text using the embedded fonts, so it doesn't matter if inkscape has or hasn't access to these fonts. The downside is that after the vectorization one cannot modify the text any more. For ...
There is a solution in Firefox. Automatic Save Folder add-on offers such feature that allows you to specify where each file you are downloading will be saved too. After installing this add-on, go to Tools and select Automatic Save Folder to configure the options. Also, for Chrome, maybe is useful this post: Is there a Chrome extension similar to Automatic ...
If you are meaning to use wget in this instance, it is possible to just add another parameter to the command. wget example.com/file.png /home/foobar/png/ If you are meaning to use any medium whatsoever such as a mixture of wget, a web browser, etc. Then no. It wouldn't be possible without a directory-monitoring program to sort it for you.
If you enable the MIME Type column then you should be able to distinguish between the different file types. Go to Files -> Preferences then select the Columns List tab to add the MIME Type column.
There is an inbuilt list of codecs supported from the version of avconv you have installed. In a terminal type avconv -formats This will give you a rather long list of supported formats beginning e.g. like below (D allows decoding E also allows encoding): File formats: D. = Demuxing supported .E = Muxing supported -- E 3g2 3GP2 format ...
There is an inbuilt list of codecs supported from the version of ffmpeg you have installed. In a terminal type ffmpeg -formats This will give you a rather long list of supported formats beginning e.g. like below. All codecs listed with D can be used as input, all those listed with E can be used as output. File formats: D. = Demuxing supported .E = ...
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