Linux Gazette: Secret ToolsJun 17, 2001, 22:30 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Evans)
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This is an interesting collection of small tools that do useful things: enhanced screengrabbers, a nice "place-anything-into-the-clipboard" utility, a terminal splitter, plus a few more. There's also a guide to binding commands to keys in KDE and IceWM, and a ringing endorsement of glimmer, a text editor the author likens to an Emacs for the Python set.
"Here is a collection of little-known tools, a couple of which, I find extremely useful every single day. I'll warrant that most people have never heard of any of them. O.K., they are not exactly a secret - they are, after all, freely available on the net, but they do deserve more than the scant attention they receive.
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