sigil – ebook editor

2018-06-18 2 min read Fedora
sigil is WYSIWYG ebook editor, here are more details. Name : sigil Version : 0.9.9 Release : 2.fc28 Arch : x86_64 Size : 3.6 M Source : sigil-0.9.9-2.fc28.src.rpm Repo : fedora Summary : WYSIWYG ebook editor URL : License : GPLv3+ Description : Sigil is a multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor. It is designed to edit books : in ePub format. : : Now what does it have to offer… : : * Full Unicode support: everything you see in Sigil is in UTF-16 : * Full EPUB spec support : * WYSIWYG editing : * Multiple Views: Book View, Code View and Split View : * Metadata editor with full support for all possible metadata entries with : full descriptions for each : * Table Of Contents editor : * Multi-level TOC support : * Book View fully supports the display of any XHTML document possible under : the OPS spec : * SVG support : * Basic XPGT support : * Advanced automatic conversion of all imported documents to Unicode : * Currently imports TXT, HTML and EPUB files; more will be added with time : * Embedded HTML Tidy; all imported documents are thoroughly cleaned; : changing views cleans the document so no matter how much you screw up : your code, it will fix it (usually)

quick notepad in firefox.

2013-05-20 1 min read Firefox
If you quickly need to note something and you do not want to leave your browser then just add a bookmark to : data:text/html, <html contenteditable> and whenever you need to get the notepad, just open this bookmark. Sorry, I do not remember, where I got this from, but this is something that I did not discover but since I do not remember where I got this from, I am not able to credit the authour. Continue reading

10 Keyboard Techniques To Create Cool Symbols

2010-04-03 3 min read Linux
<img src="" alt="Thumbnail" align="bottom" />All of us use the keyboard to create symbols daily. Look at the thumbnail. That’s a simple symbol created with just four keys. Symbols existed even before the alphabets. Over the years they have been part of folklore, myths and legends. Some have stayed on as indelible marks. Some, like the swastika, are better forgotten. Symbols have remained potent. If you doubt their visual power, then look no further than logos. Continue reading