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Software that has a user interface appearing in a web browser. These applications may run on third-party servers or be self-hosted.

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There's no obvious way to get it, but you can try digging into the “hidden” bits. Pressing Shift+Escape brings up Chrome's task manager. If you then click “Stats for nerds”, a new tab is opened on ch …
answered Dec 14 '15 by Gilles
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Oh, ow: no ox? On a Linux system, it's standard to have a text file containing a list of English words, for the use of applications such as spell checkers. (Some spell checkers have their own list in …
answered Oct 12 '14 by Gilles
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On the command line You can use Pdfjam. This is a front-end for PDFLaTeX, so you need a LaTeX installation. This isn't difficult to install on Linux (just let your package manager pull in the depende …
answered Feb 7 '14 by Gilles
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What you're looking for falls under the category of monitoring software. I've used mon for that. Now I'm not an expert, so I can't really say how it compares to the many other monitoring tools out th …
answered Feb 24 '14 by Gilles