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Warn me when I copy hidden content from a webpage
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In firefox urlbar: type in about:config and press enter. Then try this: type in dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled in the bar below the url bar, and set to false by double clicking on the true. This ...

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Track & manage projects or tasks (for a solo developer)
3 votes

Gitlab. If you use git, this will be perfect for you. Not only will it allow you to browse your git repos, but you can add documentation to each one in the form of a wiki and add details of bugs / ...

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Webapp that speaks out (or shows the pronunciation) of a Korean sentence
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Good old Google Translate: Click on the speaker icon in the bottom-right of the text box. For the above phrase (naneun saeng-gaghanda, golo naneun jonjaehanda): Click on the speaker icon Keep an eye ...

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Static site generator with GUI
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Jekyll is a static site generator. It doesn't have a GUI, but allows you to create templates and content and allows markdown with a whole slew of customisation which a gui would find difficult to ...

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Image Viewer for multiple images side-by-side
1 votes

Many years ago, I used to use an old shareware version of Paint Shop Pro which had a browse feature which tiled images together, allowing me to compare. Windows also shows images in tiled views, so ...

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Self-hosted collaboration like Trello
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I've tried a lot, some of which: wekan - couldn't install it. huge problems with installation scripts and dependencies. the dev team ignore it blaming the "build environment" restya - after waiting ...

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PHP CMS for admin'ing content
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I think I've finally found a reasonable solution: Microsoft Access! Yes, really! As it's a single user, I'm not fussed that it's not accessible via a browser, also, it has VBA (which is Visual Basic ...

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Text Editor or IDE supporting many languages
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Scite It meets all of your requirements and is free. It's a nice, light text editor with highlighting for many languages, code folding, shortcuts for commenting out code - either per line or a ...

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Tabbed (Tab-bar-ed) txt file editor osx
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Any spreadsheet with an csv import feature (which allows you to use tabs as the separator rather than commas) will sort you fine. This is the vast majority of spreadsheets such as Microsoft Excel, ...

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Using image processing to infer if a seat is occupied
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You can consider using opencv to create something which recognises a seat that is empty versus a seat which is taken. There are several image processing algorithms which will be of use - though this ...

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Easy Web interface development framework
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Though I recommend Bootstrap, there's also the option of jQuery and jQueryUI which has a wide variety of widgets including the calendar widget and is themeable directly from the site.

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