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Atom totally does this :) By default it always opens with all the tabs from the last session, whether or not they have been saved, with no need to explicitly set this feature. Here I just launched atom and it opens with all tabs from the previous session, including unsaved tabs: If atom is already open and you launch a new instance, it will be blank and ...


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Have your recently used files in the panel With the script below, you can have an arbitrary number of recently used items at hand in the panel, e.g. 6 items: ...or 20 items: ...depending on your settings. How it works The setup exists of two items: an icon, named (exactly) recent.png a script Both need to be in one and the same folder. after ...


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Although you do not mention which Ubuntu flavour you are using, there is a nice app for Xubuntu. More specifically, it is part of Xfce, so you might still be able to use it in Ubuntu if you use Xfce. The app is called Places. To enable, right-click on the panel, and from the menu select Panel -> Add New Items..., and there choose Places. This shows a list ...


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There's also Sweethome 3D. It's more of an interior decorators type of package, with all sorts of bells and whistles, but seems fairly intuitive in terms of user interface. You can probably leave diagrams at a more basic level. It's available in the universe section of the Ubuntu repositories, so is likely to be available through software centre, or can be ...


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I have made basic architectural drawings (for work) using CAD software such as Free CAD You can certainly draw floor plans and so on in this type of software, but it takes a bit of practice to use fluently - I don't know if it's the simplest. But it is great for scaling and drawing with measurements. You can get Free CAD from Ubuntu repositories: sudo apt-...


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Gajim supports XEP-0280 (source). Pidgin doesn't support it (source). Last update: 28/07/2016.


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Sublime Text has this feature, and it is enabled by default. To be honest, I haven't tried the Linux version of Sublime Text, only the Windows one, but I assume it will work the same. (I just saw this question in the sidebar in another Stack Exchange.)


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Have you tried I2P? I don't know all the functionalities of Psiphon but I2P is pretty good and simple to use. And it's open-source. Check it here. In case you want to use it, you need to either add the repository to your sources, or download the .deb file and install it manually. I recommend the former as it will update automatically (after a sudo apt-get ...



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