Geany has a number of plugins, and there is spell checking in their main plugins bundle. Installing was easy.
Working with regular expressions while listening to dance music.
Continue Reading http://sysphere.org/~anrxc/local/sources/pvol.py
A simple python-only volume control and OSD.
Nothing fancy, and nothing difficult. There's no configuration, which is both a good and a bad thing.. but I can live with the developer's defaults. No extra dependencies to speak of. Just Python.
Continue Reading http://www.jpj.net/~trevor/aumix/aumix.html (semi-broken, use http://www.jpj.net/~trevor/aumix/)
This program adjusts an audio mixer from X11, the console, a terminal, the command line or a script. It uses the Open Sound System API.
This did the job when I needed the job done.
My TODO list is big. More annoyingly, it's not really one TODO list. I have notes scattered throughout my computer: in text files; in a local knowledgebase; in program source.. and in this case in the
rc.xml configuration file for
Continue Reading Software > Taskbars > http://fbpanel.sourceforge.net/
I've used it with
Blackbox, xfwm, Openbox, etc. It's wonderful. It's also the only KDE-compatible tray which I've seen.
my previous post on Firefox's about:blank, I decided to take some time to investigate changing my desktop background colour.
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A BitTorrent client.
From 2010 or so.
One of it's chief benefits is the ability to throttle its bandwidth. It's a rare and powerful ability, and is something that's normally only available at the firewall/router level. I hope there have been a number of other clients out there which have this functionality now, cause I just can't use Deluge.