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Audacity has a metadata editing tool, which can be shown when exporting files or by going to 'File'>'Edit metadata': Note I think this uses ID3v2.4 tags (in Mp3), which are not compatible with some devices (and flippin Windows, even Win8...). Easytag however does have an options to use ID3v2.3, which should be compatible. See also: ...


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The most light weight file managers I'm aware of are emelFM2 which I used in DSL a while back and XFM. I've got a coworker that uses Arch and recommends nero(personally I haven't used it yet), unfortunately I'm not able to find a link or list of dependencies for nero right off.


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Yes, there is something lighter graphically you can use yes, but it is important to understand that a file manager is different from a window manager: a file manager as the name suggests will be responsible for assisting in controlling and managing files, folders, etc ... so there are other items that are installed with it the XFE is a good example of a ...


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As @michas pointed out, you need a tiling WM. I'd look at awesome. My take on this question is that many simple tiling WMs are a bit too simple and awesome strikes a good balance here: on the one hand it's fully scriptable, on the other hand, the stock configuration script is just okay for day-to-day work.


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You are looking for the Matchbox window manager, it has one full screen window open at once (as you specify) and opens any new ones over it until you close them. It is very light weight and ideal for things like PDAs or set top media boxes. The only exception is is allows small popups like the file chooser to open not full screen as they may not be ...


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I think the i3 window manager might be something for you: The i3 tiling window manager is a nice modern tiling window manager for GNU/Linux and BSD operating systems. It supports tiling, stacking, tabs, virtual desktops, and multiple monitors. You can do almost everything from the keyboard, or mix up keyboard and mouse. Most linux distributions have it ...


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Sounds like you are looking for some tiling window manager. Have a look at the feature comparison. Which one is the best is really a matter of taste. They mainly differ in the kind of possible configuration, like turning off window decoration and default window mode.


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evilwm is one of the most minimalistic window manager


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Not exactly what OP asks for - but I think it's relevant, so I'll cross post Recommendation for Regex editor? #549107 - Ask Ubuntu: Here's my attempt at a visual regex GUI tool, called visRegexTester.py: http://sourceforge.net/p/sdaaubckp/code/HEAD/tree/single-scripts/visRegexTester.py It has a "live preview" ("Auto rerun") if you type and change the ...


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As Joseph R. mentioned, there's the old classic gnuplot, plus a host of more modern offerings that can create all sorts of graphs in various formats, both vector-based and bitmapped. But such programs tend to be so versatile that it takes quite a while to learn how to use them properly, which can be a little daunting when all you want is to quickly plot a ...


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You could write a small script. Something like this: #!/usr/bin/ruby require 'rvg/rvg' require 'scanf' include Magick RVG::dpi = 72 rvg = RVG.new(2.5.in, 2.5.in).viewbox(0,0,300,300) do |canvas| canvas.styles(:stroke=>'black', :stroke_width=>4) oldx=oldy=nil ARGF.map{|line| line.scanf("%f %f")}.each do | x,y | ...


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1) Edubuntu,It is a part of Ubuntu Project. 2) Qimo, It is also based on Ubuntu. 3) Ubermix, It's almost same as Ubuntu but It has applications which are for kids. For Kid-Safety applications, There Is 'Parental Control' which is help you control your web-browser. There are a lot of time time organizer applications for to get control how much time PC ...



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