Sep 042008
 


BasKet Note Pads is a free opensource notepad/scrible pad software for Linux. BasKet can be used as a manual clipboard. This means that you can drop files of all kinds inside. They can be grouped in different tabs. BasKet is very simple to use and easy to differentiate between notes by setting tags, priorities and flags. The feature that inspired be the most was the text drag and drop from websites and screen captures added as notes inside the BasKet.

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Sep 032008
 


TEA is a text editor with the hundreds of features.TEA is depended on Qt 4.4 (or higher) and, optionally, on Aspell. TTEA-GTK has more features and depends on GTK+ 2.4 and GtkSourceView 2. Qt-branch is less mature, but in a more active development.

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Aug 242008
 


KMyMoney is the Personal Finance Manager for KDE. It operates similar to MS-Money, supports different account types, categorisation of expenses and incomes, reconciliation of bank accounts and QIF import/export. KMyMoney intends to provide all important features found in the commercially-available, personal finance managers. The current release is closer than ever to that goal and more improvements are already planned or being tested. KMyMoney strives to be the easiest open source personal finance manager to use, especially for the non-technical user. Using time tested double entry accounting principles, KMyMoney ensures that your finances are kept in correct order.

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Aug 182008
 


Converting a PDF file into an HTML or a XML file has been made easy by a small useful utility called PDFTOHTML. PdftoHTml is a Xpdf based tool which can convert PDF files to HTML or XML format. PDFTOHTML also supports encrypted files and support for images in the PDF file by converting to PNG images files.

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Aug 112008
 


LXDE is a new project aimed to provide a new desktop environment which is lightweight and fast. It’s not designed to be powerful and bloated, but to be usable and slim enough, and keep the resource usage low.  Different from other desktop environments, LXDE doesn’t tightly integrate every component.  Instead, LXDE makes all components independent, and each of them can be used independently with few dependencies.

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