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Inkscape will do what you require. Inkscape is a free, multi-platform program which has a "trace bitmap" feature in the Path menu. Some details were lost as I did not adjust any of the default parameters. The process took about ten to fifteen seconds to accomplish. The result will be an SVG (vector) image, but you can export the image to PNG via the file ...


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What you are asking is to do compositing. Blender can do compositing; compositing Blender is also free and opensource.


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You can use a Markdown editor such as Typora. Typora supports exporting to PDF, and for other formats such as docx or EPUB, you can use Pandoc. See https://www.markdownguide.org/cheat-sheet/ if you need a primer on Markdown syntax. Typora is currently in beta and is free during beta, but will presumably not be free after a stable release comes out. Another ...


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Take a look at Doxygen ... ... and then write to the book's author and ask them to name those tools for you update the next edition (and seriously consider not buying any more of their books)


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I think WampServer is the best solutiom for you. Is a very updated proyect with the lastes versions also for 32 and 64 bits. The easiest way to switch and configure the versions you choose.


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Try Laragon. You can install PHP, Apache, Mysql and MailCatcher easily, choosing versions that Laragon offers. Link to Laragon


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ReText is a simple editor for Markdown and reStructuredText markup languages. ReText is open source and cross platform, and it is in the default repositories of many popular Linux distributions. ReText supports tabs, live text preview and syntax highlighting. Supported additional export formats are HTML, ODT and PDF. I used ReText for years. It is ...


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I play the Sega 32x games for a while and I use the Kega Fusion Emulator and I was very satisfied with the performance. I try other Sega 32x Emulators like the RetroArch but for the beginners I highly recommend the Kega Fusion.


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jEdit is a suitable text editor which has somewhat similar look and feel and functionality of notepad++. jEdit has many plugins to extend its functionality if needed similar to Notepad++


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Have a look at OCRvision. OCRvision is a searchable PDF software. It can convert any scanned documents in a folder to searchable PDF automatically. It supports multilingual OCR.It can be configured for both scanned PDF and image files then convert to searchable pdf Disclaimer :- I am associated with OCRvision as a developer


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