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Voice enabled Gradebook Assistant. This is an app for recording grades and its goal is to save time of
instructors especially the ones with large classes. User inputs by saying student's name (or typing a few letters of it)
and then points earned, app finds
the student, adds up the points and records the grades. There is no
documentation (sorry) but here is a 2 minute video
which demonstrates main features (first part shows speech recognition input and the
last part shows how keyboard input works).
LaTeX advanced search and replace. Flex
is a free and open-source lexical analyzer. It can be used to do
advanced editing on latex files easily. Below are some examples which
can be customized for other purposes. (Note: These are built on the latex lexical
analyzer by Kresten Krab Thorup and Per Abrahamsen) :
replaces the tex style
formula tags $ and $$ to latex style ones "\(" and "\["
with matching closures.
-latex_list_dep : lists external file dependencies (such as includegraphics, include, input, etc) which are in use (i.e. uncommented).
Requires: Any OS that supports flex (Linux, Windows or Mac OS)
Manual tiling scripts. Until
someone writes a good tiling manager for Gnome (with manual controls
and multi monitor and panel support) here is a poor man's version of it : see in action (Requires X-Windows, and assigning keyboard shortcuts before using: download scripts)
Each of these software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software. Use at your own risk. Some of them haven't been maintained for a while and might need to be updated, recompiled etc...