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text viewer, mainly used for reading novels
Txt Reader is a general text viewer, especially suited for reading novels. . Features: * Automatically remember the place before you closed * Support fullscreen mode * Support hiding reader to tray with Esc * Support page-scrolling with arrow keys * Support bookmark * Support encoding selection
office productivity suite -- Slovenian help
LibreOffice is a full-featured office productivity suite that provides a near drop-in replacement for Microsoft(R) Office. . This package contains the help of LibreOffice in Slovenian.
Remove the markup tags from an HTML file
This program removes all HTML tags from an HTML file and directs its output to stdout. It can be used as a filter for getting the text content of an HTML file without the need of firing up a web browser.
UTF-8 to 7-bit ASCII and vice versa converter
This package provides conversion in both directions between UTF-8 Unicode and a variety of 7-bit ASCII equivalents, including HTML numeric character references, various escapes and hexadecimal. Such ASCII equivalents are useful when including Unicode text in program source, when debugging, and when entering text into web programs that can handle the Unicode character set but are not 8-bit safe.
converter between LibreOffice document formats
This package provides a commandline utility which can convert from any document format that LibreOffice can import to any document format it can export. It uses LibreOffice's UNO bindings for non-interactive conversion of documents. . Supported document formats include Open Document format, MS Word, MS Office Open/MS OOXML, PDF, HTML, XHTML, RTF, DocBook, and more.
Dictionary of computer related acronyms -- dict format
The free version of V.E.R.A. - Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms - is a comprehensive dictionary of computer related acronyms with more than 11800 entries. This package contains the dictionary formatted for use by the dictionary server in the dictd package. . Note that this version is usually older than the one that is run on the V.E.R.A. homepage.