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Welcome to Open source you can find here multiple and huge number of choices to decide which to use: The default screen magnifier that you can enable from the compiz settings kmag gnome-mag xzoom sudo apt-get install xzoom


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Virtual Magnifying Glass for Windows and Linux http://sourceforge.net/projects/magnifier/ Note. The lastest version does not work with Ubuntu LTS 14.04 Trusty 64 bit version (it worked with the previous 64 bit LTS version), due to the 32 bit nature of the compiled version of vmg for Linux. If you dont feel like compiling the source, the solution is ...


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There is Calligra Converter: sudo apt-get install calligra-libs run with calligraconverter input_file output_file or you could try this solution: Artscript in Files/Nautilus Artscript is a software to convert/watermark/glue-together on the fly a big range of images format. Even SVG, *.kra and *.ora. Download and unzip Artscriptk source ...


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You cannot use %F twice in a command like that, because %F gets replaced by the names of every file selected. For example, a command of sh with parameters -c 'printf "%%s\n" "$@" > foo' %F %F will create a file named foo with the names of every file selected, twice. Therefore the convert command that actually runs is: convert file1.jpg file2.jpg ... ...


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Please see the following related answer: Default screen magnifier? The accessibility settings in 14.04 appear to have been changed to only include "enhanced zoom desktop", but you may find this a suitable alternative to a magnifier. After installing compizconfig-settings-manager per the linked answer, you will want to configure the enhanced desktop zoom ...


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You can try KMag. Just open Ubuntu Software Center, search for KMag and click intall.


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I write a bash simulate key shortcut Cmd+Shift+4 in OSX. add key shortcut Ctrl+Shift+4 in Custom key shortcut. Command link to your bash (eg: /home/nickfarrow/bin/scrot.sh) add bash to crop screen using scrot or import (need imagemagick): like: #!/bin/bash DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d_%H_%M_%S") import ~/bin/crop/$DATE.png # or use scrot -s ~/bin/crop is the ...


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I forked Viewnior 1.4 to delete to trash on my Ubuntu 14.10 install. Other notes If configure yells it's missing exiv2 sudo apt-get install libexiv2-dev worked for me.


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To get a single page from gm convert, add [N] (with N the page number starting at 0) to the PDF name, ie gm convert foo.pdf[11] out.png to get the 12th page from the PDF. For pdftoppm use -f N -singlefile, where N is the page number starting at 1, ie pdftoppm -f 12 -singlefile foo.pdf out for the same result. It appears to always add ".png" to the output ...


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I don't expect exe version to work like you expect since they run in wine emulator. You absolutely should have a second disk in your PC and you should boot a live or backup system in order to create an image from your system. Booting a live system should never be dangerous to your current OS. The most straight forward approach is this. It won't give you ...



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