Bill Bell
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periodically take a screenshot of a browser window, even if it's in the background
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You can probably code this in Python using the selenium library. You could run the browser (say, Chrome) headless using selenium, open the application in the browser with selenium, and send whatever ...

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Programming Software for making a simple, Open source web browser for noobs
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It seems to me that the software you need is a programming language that lends itself to experimentation, such as Python, and a suitable platform. Any of IOS, Linux or Windows (not necessarily in this ...

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What is a suitable language and framework to create GUI Based desktop applications based on specific criteria?
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You might like https://www.lazarus-ide.org/, which is free, and lets you build nice GUIs by point-and-click. Programming is in Pascal. Alternatively, there is TKinter, also free, which is more-or-less ...

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Alexandrov polyhedron editor
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The software you mention is listed on this page: https://alexandrov-polyhedron-editor.winsite.com/. Is this what you want?

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Need help in deciding on a video editor
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Do try using the free version of the VSDC video editor that is available from https://www.videosoftdev.com/. I have been using its basic abilities for some months now with excellent results; I have ...

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An application to learn English
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I would suggest Anki. Various collections of English words are available, such as 4000 Essential English Words.

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Tool for COM (Component Object Model) developers
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It has been a decade or so since I played with COM, so I can't be sure of details. However, free downloads of Python and PythonWin will give you most of what you want, at least. What's more, within ...

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I need an easy relational database to catalog research data
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Your knowledge base sounds like something that could be based on a lightweight wiki to me, rather than a relational database, because it involves all manner of links to topics that don't belong in ...

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How to parse HTML files (portable library)?
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I can't answer your question directly because I haven't used Delphi for many years. However, I have considerable recent experience in parsing a variety of types of sites with various Python libraries. ...

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Word add-in for frequently used comments
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I don't have MS Word on this computer but I think you could easily write it yourself as two macros. First create a document that lists the comments that you want to be able to insert and save it. ...

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Library to generate text from regular expression
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Does greenery do what you want? For instance, >>> from greenery.lego import parse >>> rep = parse('(a|b)[cd]{2}\1') >>> list(rep.strings()) ['acc\x01', 'acd\x01', 'adc\x01',...

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Set Operations in the Unix Shell
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I might as well say what I was thinking when I commented! :) Have you considered using Sage? It has a fairly complete collection of set operations, and also allows Python code within itself. If the ...

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Simulation and visualization libraries for reinforcement learning in python?
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See this link for testimonials about Psychopy, including one about the ease with which links to visualisation software can be made.

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Voice-driven data entry for Windows
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This isn't a direct answer to the question you posed. However, I notice that you mentioned attempts to use scanning. About thirty years ago I was working for a company that did clinical trials. In ...

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