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green variation of the GNOME-Colors icon theme
GNOME-Colors is a set of GNOME icon themes, with some inspiration from Tango, Elementary, Discovery, Tango Generator and others. . Its goal is to create an easy way for anyone to make their desktop consistently match their moods, wallpapers, laptop colors, etc. . The icons were designed to match the Shiki-Colors GTK+ Themes and their additional artwork. . This package provides the GNOME-Wise (Green) variation of the GNOME-Colors icon theme.
desktop note taking program using Wiki style links
Gnote is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects. . It is a port of Tomboy to C++ and consumes less resources.
configuration tool for pointing devices
GUI tool for setting pointing devices. Currently it can configure mouse type device (mouse, trackpoint etc.) and touchpads. . For mouse you can configure middle button emulation, wheel emulation and scrolling. . It can enable and disable touchpad, or scrolling on it as well as additional parameters like palm detection, locked drags, tapping and scrolling. . It is a successor of GSynaptics.
classic UNIX line editor
ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files. . red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands.
Paul Kellett's MDA plugins ported to LV2
This package provides Paul Kellett's MDA plugins ported to the LV2 specification. . LV2 (LADSPA version 2) is an open standard for plugins and matching host applications, mainly targeted at audio processing and generation. . This package provides the following synths and effects: * Ambience - Reverb effect * Bandisto - Multi-band distortion * BeatBox - Drum replacer * Combo - Amp & speaker simulation * De-ess - High frequency dynamics processor * Degrade - Sample quality reduction * Delay - Simple stereo delay with feedback tone control * Detune - Simple up/down pitch shifting thickener * Dither - Range of dither types including noise shaping * DubDelay - Delay with feedback saturation and time/pitch modulation * Dynamics - Compressor / Limiter / Gate * DX10 - FM Synthesizer * Envelope - Envelope follower / VCA * EPiano - Acoustic piano * Image - Stereo image adjustment and M-S matrix * JX10 - 2-Oscillator analog synthesizer * Leslie - Rotary speaker simulator * Limiter - Opto-electronic style limiter * Looplex - Looping plugin * Loudness - Equal loudness contours for bass EQ and mix correction * Multiband - Multi-band compressor with M-S processing modes * Overdrive - Soft distortion * RePsycho - Drum loop pitch changer * RezFilter - Resonant filter with LFO and envelope follower * RingMod - Ring modulator with sine-wave oscillator * Round Panner - 3D panner * Shepard - Continuously rising/falling tone generator * SpecMeter - VU-meter * Splitter - Frequency / level crossover for setting up dynamic processing * Stereo Simulator - Haas delay and comb filtering * Sub-Bass Synthesizer - Several low frequency enhancement methods * Talkbox - High resolution vocoder * TestTone - Signal generator with pink and white noise, impulses and sweeps * Thru-Zero Flanger - Classic tape-flanging simulation * Tracker - Pitch tracking oscillator, or pitch tracking EQ * Transient - Transient shaper * Vocoder - Switchable 8 or 16 band vocoder * VocInput - Pitch tracking oscillator for generating vocoder carrier input . These plugins make no claim of compatibility, or any other relation, to VST. This code does not require the VST SDK, or any other non-free software, and it has never come into contact with any part of the VST SDK.
Network Animator for network simulation
NAM is a Tcl/TK based animation tool for viewing network simulation traces and real world packet traces. It supports topology layout, packet level animation, and various data inspection tools. NAM began at LBL. It has evolved substantially over the past few years. The NAM development effort was an ongoing collaboration with the VINT project. Currently, it is being developed at ISI as part of the SAMAN and Conser projects.