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« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2007, 12:24:07 pm »

I really wish uTorrent worked with Linux
Works great in wine... Grin
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« Reply #16 on: May 11, 2007, 12:34:48 pm »

EditorVi Improved
TypesettingOO Writer, if that is "typesetting"?
File Managementmc
BrowserOpera preferred but some websites are problems, thence Firefox
IRCOpera chat client
Instant Messagedon't use it
Terminalmrxvt
Windows ManagerKDE/xfce/fluxbox depending
Mediamp3blaster
Image Viewinggqview, qiv
Image EditingThe GIMP / convert
Office SuiteOpenOffice.Org
Mail ClientOpera mail client
HTML EditorBluefish
CD-Burnerk3b / bashburn
Script Languagetcl/tk or bash

But then who really cares?  Wink
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« Reply #17 on: May 11, 2007, 01:15:01 pm »

The reason I care, anyway, is because I can find out about new apps this way. I'm compiling giblib and feh as I type.

I see I also have easuter hooked on high-quality tr00 typesetting now...
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« Reply #18 on: May 11, 2007, 01:37:53 pm »

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I see I also have easuter hooked on high-quality tr00 typesetting now...

Yep, my school assignments have a whole new look  to them Grin

My maths and physics teachers are always complaining about Word (and some other MS app...can't remember the name now) not being the right tool for writing out "special" text, etc....

I have suggested TeXmacs because it has a Windows port, lets see how that catches on...
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« Reply #19 on: May 11, 2007, 02:24:46 pm »

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I see I also have easuter hooked on high-quality tr00 typesetting now...

Yep, my school assignments have a whole new look  to them Grin

My maths and physics teachers are always complaining about Word (and some other MS app...can't remember the name now) not being the right tool for writing out "special" text, etc....

I have suggested TeXmacs because it has a Windows port, lets see how that catches on...

Yes. LaTeX (or frontend LyX) is the de facto standard for typesetting mathematics. In fact, the American Mathematical Society even have their own particular LaTeX style.

TeXmacs is actually meh for me. I don't even really use LyX at all; I just packaged it. I actually prefer to use LaTeX straight. It consumes far less resources than its frontends. What's even more important is that it mentally forces you to look at the content of your document alone. That makes it a lot easier for me to think about it.

I don't like to worry about memory management when programming, and likewise I don't like to worry about formatting when typing up some document...
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« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2007, 02:38:49 pm »


Hanumizzle, very nice thread. A pleasure to read. Smiley
Nice to see these type of threads. Smiley Okay, so here goes...

Editor Mcedit
Typesetting OpenOffice
File Management Konqueror
Browser Firefox
IRC Konversation
Instant Message Kopete
Terminal Xterm/Konsole
Window Manager KDE/WindowMaker
Media AmaroK/Audacious
Image Viewing KuickShow
Image Editing Not good at it
Office Suite OpenOffice.Org
Mail Client Webmail (http)
HTML Editor BlueFish
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« Reply #21 on: May 11, 2007, 03:27:55 pm »

Terminalyakuake

I just started using yakuake. Works great.
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« Reply #22 on: May 11, 2007, 05:17:26 pm »

EditorSciTE/nano (need to learn vim)

I guess I still owe you one for showing me the angle sums information...
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« Reply #23 on: May 11, 2007, 08:54:18 pm »

Editor                   Tea
File Management   Midnight Commander; Thunar sometimes
Browser                   Opera; Firefox for multimedia and a few sites
E-mail                      Opera
IRC                   I don't do chat
AIM                   I don't do instant messaging
Terminal                   Terminal  (Xfce)
Window Manager   Xfce
Media                   varies depending on what I'm listening to and occasionally watching
Image Viewing   GQview
Photo Editing            Gimp
Vector Drawing         Inkscape
Page Layout              Scribus 
Word processing       TextMaker (SoftMaker)
Image organizing       Picasa
Information organizer Tuxcards

Typesetting    Is anyone here *really* doing typesetting? The term here seems to be a substitute for word processing. Typesetting means taking text (not necessarily written by you), choosing a font and styles, and turning the text into professional-looking output. I have done a lot of this in Windows. Eventually I'll be using Scribus when the text engine is improved.
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« Reply #24 on: May 11, 2007, 09:13:09 pm »

Typesetting    Is anyone here *really* doing typesetting? The term here seems to be a substitute for word processing. Typesetting means taking text (not necessarily written by you), choosing a font and styles, and turning the text into professional-looking output. I have done a lot of this in Windows. Eventually I'll be using Scribus when the text engine is improved.

LaTeX (and arguably LyX) are both typesetters.
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« Reply #25 on: May 11, 2007, 10:01:29 pm »

Interesting thread, hanumizzle.

Editor                     Kate; rarely Kwrite or gvim
Typesetting              ---
File Management   Konqueror; terminal (Konsole: bash)
Browser                  SeaMonkey; sometimes Konqueror
IRC                            ---
AIM                           ---
Terminal                 Konsole: bash
Window Manager    KDE
Media                     um, xine I guess ... I don't do much media
Image Viewing        Kuickshow
Image Editing         The GIMP
CD burning             k3b
HTML editor            Kate;  rarely SeaMonkey composer
Word Processing     Abiword.  I'd like to try KOffice again.
Calculator               Fox calculator
Digital photos         gtkam
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« Reply #26 on: May 11, 2007, 10:03:38 pm »

The nice thing about kuickshow is that its interface is very much uncluttered.
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« Reply #27 on: May 11, 2007, 10:04:20 pm »

Typesetting    Is anyone here *really* doing typesetting? The term here seems to be a substitute for word processing. Typesetting means taking text (not necessarily written by you), choosing a font and styles, and turning the text into professional-looking output. I have done a lot of this in Windows. Eventually I'll be using Scribus when the text engine is improved.
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Well, I sort of used the term as a synonym for DTP (Desktop Publishing). I started with First Publisher, then Ventura Publisher 3 and 4 a long time ago, then the inevitable MS Publisher, then Pagemaker and a couple of others. I've just been toying with Scribus for a couple of years, because I haven't really needed to do any publishing tasks for a long time. Still, I can see it's potential.
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« Reply #28 on: May 11, 2007, 10:12:32 pm »

The nice thing about kuickshow is that its interface is very much uncluttered.
Very!  I like to use it to view digital photos: it's easy to scroll through them.

Hmm, I should have put in gtkam for digital photos ...
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« Reply #29 on: May 11, 2007, 10:30:20 pm »

I must mention that the wonderful image viewer/converter/editor Irfanview runs perfectly under Wine--plugins and all. (Not all plugins will work.)
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