- GNOME Shell Extension TaskBar
- TaskBar is a GNOME Shell extension. It displays icons of running applications on the top panel or alternatively on a new bottom panel. Activate, minimize or close tasks with a simple click. TaskBar is a dock-like windows list on the top/bottom bar. Development stopped Last stable version (Apr 5, 2018 / available here): 57.0 Last updates (Oct 17, 2018): https://github.com/zpydr/gnome-shell-extension-taskbar/tree/39b36aba2611c42cefbbf9beab60d46ce75ec82c
- The GNOME On-screen Keyboard (GOK) includes an alphanumeric keyboard and a keyboard for launching applications. Users specify keyboards and access methods in XML, which lets them modify existings methods and create new ones. Users can set key width, height, and spacing as well as visual and auditory feedback on highlighting and selection. GOK also dynamically creates keyboards to adapt to a specific situation by redisplaying user interface components of running applications directly within GOK as keyboards. The user then has efficient access to elements of the user interface and does not need to navigate the interface indirectly though keyboard accelerators. GOK also supports the redisplay of application menus and toolbars, and includes a window activator keyboard that lists the current windows and lets users switch between them.
- 'gnome-mag' defines a magnification service API and a sample implementation for GNOME 2. It includes a simple onscreen magnifier. It can be used in conjunction with GNOME Accessibility, for instance by clients of the at-spi interfaces.
- 'gnome-speech' intends to provide to provide a simple general API for producing text-to-speech output as well as speech input. It consists of IDL interface definitions, libgnomespeech (a library for speech driver development) a Java package to help develop gnome-speech drivers in Java, and sample driver implementations.
- Gnopernicus is designed to allow blind and visually impaired user to use the computer. gnopernicus presents the information using three devices: speech, magnifier and braille. Downloads: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gnopernicus/
- Provides an object oriented application development framework and tool set for use on a wide variety of platforms. It provides a generalized visual interface design and a cohesive user interface. It also uses a common imaging model called Display PostScript (based on PostScript) to do all its drawing, so the program is truly WYSIWYG. GNUstep is written in the Objective-C language, a simple yet powerful object-oriented language based on C that gives you the full power of an object-oriented language with exactly one syntax addition to C and a dozen or so additional keywords.
- go is a small shell command for changing directories quickly. Typically you have a set of directories that you work in. Typing out the names of those dirs in full can be tedious.
- A graphical keyboard that can be used by people with physical disabilties (it can also help them to use other X11 applications that require keyboard input) and/or people who just prefer to type things without a keyboard. The user presses keys on an onscreen keyboard that will either be entered into a simple text editor that GTKeyboard provides, or into an app that the user specifies by clicking on the window. I/O can currently be redirected to a file, and short cuts for frequent actions are put into the menus. The program also contains extensive shortcuts to speed up editing: both regular editing shortcuts and web-authoring/programming shortcuts that speed up data entry.
- hebOCR (formerly HOCR) is a Hebrew character recognition c/c++ library. includes three demo applications:
- hocr - command line Hebrew OCR tool.
- hocr-gui - Gnome based graphical interface.
- hocr-qt - QT based graphical interface, using the c++ bindings.
- Joy Mouse
- A program, or daemon for GNU/Linux, which converts incoming joystick data to mouse data, so that you can use your joystick/joypad as a mouse device in X.org, gpm or any other program that needs mouse data (even games).
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