A GUI utility for doing this is gscan2pdf. While it's oriented towards scanning images, it supports combining images in a PDF very easily:
On the menu, choose File | Open.
Choose your files.
On the menu, choose File | Save.
You can usually ignore the resulting dialog; press Save and choose a target filename.
That's it! Quick and easy and ...
git-cola seems to come with a tool named "git dag" you might wish to take a look at. You can find some screenshots here, let me pick the two most relevant:
git dag (left) and git cola (right), source: GitCola (click images for larger variants)
The two rawly correspond to gitk (git-dag) and git-gui (git-cola), but have a fresher design. You can ...
I think the best software for your needs is indeed Geogebra, I personally prefer the classic web version. Geogebra is like... the most user-friendly graphing calculator that I can found; other graphing calculator software can be equal or even more complex than Geogebra.
If you want to get the most of it, eventually you will need to learn how to use it like a ...
I get a partial answer from ShareX's solution on GitHub:
I have tried add date taken for jpg using exiftool as follows.
exiftool -overwrite_original '-DateTimeOriginal<FileCreateDate' DIR
Thus one trick for doing the task using ShareX is through After capture tasks -> Perform action, with exiftool and arguments as follows.
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Using browser extensions to darken webpages turns out not to be an option since many webpages become unreadable.
What about the other way? Use light themes on terminals and text editors.
The Dark Reader extension for Chrome can be customized to set a different color scheme by domain I believe.
The Open source guide suggests Ginco, koha, openflora and pmb. I would have thought that e-prints or DSpace have something along those lines.
If you find nothing that scratches your itch, there is a Perl module that will help you build what you want.
You can try GIMP with Batch process on recent Ubuntu.
I had two errors with GIMP but the .HEIC files are converted to .JPG. Not sure if all metadata are preserved. Some will change for sure (info depending of file format). If it doesn't work for all metadata you can try exiftool (command line) to overwrite metadata in bulk to the .JPG files (converted by ...