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Here's a quick & dirty way: go to the ppa with your web browser, browse into http://ppa.launchpad.net/rob-caelers/workrave/ubuntu/pool/main/w/workrave/ and download the specific wanted files, then dpkg -i (or dpkg -i -R [dir with all .deb's] ) and see if it will work, or needs some other packages? FYI, got to that link by following your link to the PPA ...
you'll not get update notifications from those PPAs.
By disabling your PPAs, you will no longer be able to get updates through those PPAs. For example, if you were using the NGINX Stable PPAs on your system, and I issue an update to update a security fix and it ONLY exists in that PPA (since those versions are newer than Ubuntu), you would not get those updates. ONLY disable all your PPAs and items in "Other ...
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