OS X software

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(on Wikipedia)
https://vivaldi.com/

Based on Chrome's open-source components (Chromium), but with real-browser functionality added.

Spectacular. It has all the pieces missing from Chrome. I'd strongly consider switching to it from Pale Moon if it had proper ScrapBook X support.



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https://synfig.org/

A cross-platform open-source animation program.

I didn't want to deal with Blender, so I checked this out for simple animations. So far, so good. Even at a glance it could have been done far better, but maybe I can make do.



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Entertainment > Games >

(on Wikipedia)
http://store.steampowered.com/app/230190/
https://wftogame.com/

An awkward dungeon management game, with walls you can't dig out, rooms you build but don't know how much of or what size, and an interface that could only be inspired by a 1980s DOS game.

Absolutely not recommended.



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Entertainment > Games >

(on Wikipedia)
http://www.symphonygame.com/

A top-down shooter game which uses music to generate levels.

Absolutely fantastic! HOWEVER progress is not auto-saved! Who the fuck makes a game where you can abandon everything you've played just by pressing a button too many times?!



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https://www.keepassx.org/

A password manager.

I found KeePassx while exploring replacing Firefox, and when looking at replacing web browser components. I wanted something cross-platform and open source.



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(on Wikipedia)
Chocolatey: gimp
http://www.gimp.org/

An incredibly capable (and therefore very convoluted) image editor.

I use this:

  • GNU Image Manipulation Program



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TODO - add patch notes

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Software > Web browsers >

(on Wikipedia)
http://links.twibright.com/

A fast, open source, cross-platform Web browser based on the Links web browser.

Where Lynx is the standard console web browser for most Linux distributions and is complete shit, Links is fucking awesome.

I had used this for some time but abandoned it for a while. I'll try it again eventually.

  • aka Twibright Labs: Links
  • aka Links2
  • I have a note that says a page can be downloaded from the commandline with links (just like wget).



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