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Yes, there are many video editors on Ubuntu, but frame by frame video editor is blender from blender foundation, you can download it by Clicking Here. But I think that learning blender is not so easy as other video editing software, like Cinema 4D for Windows and Mac. Install blender with terminal command: sudo apt-get install blender


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I realize that this is an old post but for the benefit of others who may be looking for an outliner as well, for what it's worth, I've just released a Gtk 2.0 based outliner for Ubuntu and derivatives (such as Mint) called Hiero. It's certainly no OmniOutliner but that said, it's targeted for use by those wanting to draft blog articles, dissertations, etc. ...


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I just discovered https://stackedit.io/editor. Apparently it is also available offline and includes many other interesting features aside from being a WYSIWYG Markdown+LaTeX editor/viewer.


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Since Autokey is defunct here is how I accomplish this. First install xclip and xdotool sudo apt-get install xclip sudo apt-get install sdotool Now write the text you want to past and save it in a text file. In this example I wrote my address in a file I called address. Now write the bash script: #!/bin/bash xclip -in -selection c ...


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Here's how I do it: Install google chrome or chromium on Ubuntu. Install Pushbullet Chrome extension Install Pushbullet on Android from Play Store Allow chrome on your PC to run in background (this is the default setting btw) Enable universal copy paste (big giant option on Pushbullet app) And voila, this will sync clipboard across all your devices on ...


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There's a Gnome Shell alternative to KDE Connect which is called DeskCon


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There are plenty of tools for this, here are a few with a GUI: xxdiff Meld * beediff KDiff3 * Diffuse * fldiff * They all do pretty much the same thing, but the first two possibly offer the best user experience. Those with an asterisk are available from Software Centre.


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I'm using ISPConfig in my staging development server since years and works just fine!. It's actively developed and really easy to install and use. It allows you to select between nginx or apache webserver, and also has support for several PHP versions. It has control of users, domains, resellers and even virtual machines! It has a very comprehensive free ...


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You can try Charles Proxy. I've been using it a while and it works well.


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Normally I would recommend gnome-system-monitor for this, but that bug was filed in 2007 and hasn't been fixed yet. https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=499725 Anyway, if you need per-process I/O, you can try htop in the meantime; it's terminal based, but it doesn't require root access and with a little configuration it lets you sort by read/write ...


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You can use the following (bash) script, save it as mergeSubtitle.sh run it by typing "bash mergeSubtitle.sh" in the terminal. #!/bin/sh # mergeSubtitle.sh: Script to merge 2 SRT subtitle into single one # This is script is freely available under the GNU/GPL license # Author: Antonymous X # antonymousx@gmail.com # 07/19/2015 test "$#" -ne 3 && ...


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Dia allows working with pages or the whole poster. You van add photos or drawings. All can be re-sized before printing.


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My package (shameless plug), duplexpr does some of what you want and includes bash functions which may be useful in rolling your own version. (It's coded in bash, so it should be relatively easy to modify and I will help if I can.) It's designed to emulate duplex printing on non-duplex printers and implements its own simple print queue management. It has ...


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You can use Skype Web, it almost looks like windows version.


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What I do is the following --- it is not as versatile as you asked, but it works almost ok. You need to have all your printers defined, and then you need these two scripts: stop_printers: #!/bin/bash -f # allp=(`cat /etc/printcap | tr "|" "\t" | cut -f 1 | grep -v "#"`) for i in ${allp[@]}; do echo -n Printer $i: cupsdisable "$i" echo " " ...


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In Open Source realm, you can find many alternatives to what you want. I just want to point for something, don't ever treat applications as if they are the same, You can't find SAME alternative for Photoshop, instead you can find mostly all properties and maybe sometimes more but you have to learn how to use. Photoshop alternatives: gimp sudo apt-get ...


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I just ran across a piece of software called Master PDF Editor that worked really well. It's free for non-commercial use and they have a .deb package that installs easily in Ubuntu. I was able to add text to a PDF form as well as add my signature as an image without having to convert the file or mess up its original formatting. As its name suggests, you can ...


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I wrote a lightweight terminal markdown viewer in python, for CLI or as lib: https://github.com/axiros/terminal_markdown_viewer It supports e.g. tables, admonitions and tons of color themes.


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sublime is a good choice and it is multi purpose editor.


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The "indicator multiload" is the one you are searching for. The commands to install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:indicator-multiload/stable-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-multiload Read more about it at this link : webupd8


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Firefox - DownThemAll Addon will do the job just fine. Launch the addon from the menu 'tools'->'DownThemAll! Tools'->'DownThemAll' Select 'Pictures and Media' from the top tab/menu. Click Start. See screenshot below:


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How about fbreader ? It's an ebook reader with a built-in library manager It does not come with a lot predefined libraries. However, you can add your favorite OPDS library in there.


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How about downloading dictionary text file from the sites for example this link, and then finding the text with command like grep "word" dictionary.txt Or also by using vim editor to search for the word with its command eg. /Word. And by pressing n or N for next or previous occurance of the pattern is more fun with finding meaning of the word.


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Everything is in the man page. Anyway, -p is the switch you are looking for wget -p www.example.com/index.html However, I guess it will not be able to do some clever things (involving javascript). It depends on your page.


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wget has a mirror option (-m) that can go through a site and make a local copy. It's like the prerequisites (-p) option except that it'll follow every link on the domain and download all the pages on the site (that are linked in). If you only need files on one page, -p is enough. If you're planning on mirroring the pages you can use the -k option to fix ...


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I tried this, it works OK Make a tab-indented tree of items (very simple markup) e.g. Mind Map Test Nodes Indented with tabs Does it work? I think it does.... Then I copied and pasted the relevant text into FreeMind You can export as PNG from FreeMind The FreeMind format is reasonably simple anyway - so I guess you could ...


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Video Download helper is your easiest option: Video DownloadHelper :: Add-ons for Firefox wget is a bit trickier. You can wget a page: wget www.example.com/page.html then parse it: cat page.html | grep ".png" and then download those images via the link, the previous command displays: wget www.example.com/images/image.png


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The easiest way is to use an RSS indicator programme plugged to the Panel. A few options: Feed Indicator - possibly the most feature rich. Yarssr - available from the Software Centre. Tickr - available from the Software Centre. Then you just need to add a feed from a sports ticker website such as the one from the BBC.


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First of all, Cryptkeeper does what you want, you only have to dive on how to use it for hidden folders as detailed for example here. Otherwise, you can use this: Press Ctrl + Alt + T Run sudo apt-get install ecryptfs-utils Then ecryptfs-setup-private Finally: ecryptfs-unwrap-passphrase Create a folder for your private data and protect it with a ...


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Have you tried using the application mentioned in https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EncryptedPrivateDirectory . In case encfs is what you're looking for: Create a hidden directory (this is the encrypted storage) and mount it's content to another directory. $ encfs ~/.hidden_encrypted ~/hidden_contents After adding adding the contents to ...


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https://launchpad.net/gwoffice GWOffice might be something that you are looking for.


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If you want to crop a image from a pdf with a pdfviewer, you can try okular. It can crop anything (texts or images) in png or jpeg format. If you want to extract images in png format from a pdf, you can do it with minimal command with pdftohtml. It converts pdf to html plus images. Here you can find an example - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG1rf7k3xo8 . ...


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Nothing really, most of the important stuff either depends on the iproute2 package (ifupdown, isc-dhcp-client, …) or uses the kernel interfaces (through libnl-3-200) directly (network-manager, hostapd, iw, …). Of course some older software (especially software installed from outside of the repository) might still expect net-tools commands to be present as ...


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Personally, I really like Transmission as a bittorrent client. It is lightweight, easy to use and not a lot of settings in it. Here is a list of torrent client apps that could be helpful to you.


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Using zcat meld <(zcat file1.gz) <(zcat file2.gz) Example % cat foo foo % cat bar bar % gzip foo bar % meld <(zcat foo.gz) <(zcat bar.gz) % diffuse <(zcat foo.gz) <(zcat bar.gz)


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I personally like R (equivalently octave) which essentially gives you all you need and awesome plots quality. Also consider gnuplot, much easier and faster to use.



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