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If you dont mind command line, PdfCpu works great. Rotate example: pdfcpu rotate in.pdf 90 Stamp example: pdfcpu stamp add -p 1 -m text March 'pos:tc, rot:0, sc:1 abs' in.pdf https://pdfcpu.io/core/rotate https://pdfcpu.io/core/stamp


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For those who are looking for such a tool, I can recommend my Hextor ( https://github.com/digitalw0lf/hextor/releases/latest ). It can open files, logical and physical drives; It can show graphical (bitmap) view of a file (fit about 100 MB of data on screen); It supports searching for patterns similar to RegExp for binary data, for example {u8:0:1..1000} - ...


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You can try Syncfusion .NET Word library (Essential DocIO) to create, read, manipulate and convert Word documents programmatically without Microsoft Word or other dependencies in your machine. It offers the Word to PDF conversion ability as well. NuGet package required: https://help.syncfusion.com/file-formats/docio/nuget-packages-required#converting-word-...


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If I right understand you, you need some screen recorder, there is the list of most popular: Free Cam Screen Recorder CamStudio I'm using production by Movavi in my work. I use Screen Recorder + Video Editor Plus. It gives me the possibility to edit a video after recording. I hope it will help you!


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I haven't tried it yet, but the is a Dart wrapper for ag-grid on GitHub


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I've just tried the currently working commandline (like youtube-dl) tool called GoBooDo.


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You can use Syncfusion's Flutter DataGrid which has lot of features such as, Column sorting Cell interactions callbacks Cell formatting Paging You can go through Feature Tour to know about all features and go through UG.


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I created an online tool recently that you can use for merging PDFs: https://soadzoor.github.io/PDF-merger/ You can also reorder, rotate, and remove the pages before merging. It's open source, here's the link to the code: https://github.com/soadzoor/PDF-merger


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You could use robocopy from the command prompt. You could also put it in a batch file if the source and destination disks do not change their drive letters over time. And since you’re using Windows 10, robocopy is already installed with it. (It can be downloaded for some older versions of Windows, but you shouldn’t need to do that with Windows 10). To ...


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This is exactly what i needed ,in case someone else ends up needing it : https://www.thortspace.com/


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There is one git client that suits all your requirements - it's the git client integrated in Eclipse IDE - I believe it's called EGit. It's the ONLY GUI client that I've found that has ability to edit hunks (you can actually edit whatever you want, even without adding any hunk/line). It only has one downside, which is... Eclipse (; OK, two downsides - ...


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I think that using QuickPDF Library from foxit even with Lite version you can do this easily. https://www.debenu.com/products/development/debenu-pdf-library/


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