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| JabRef v4.3.1 (Win32)
JabRef v4.3.1 (Win32) JabRef is an open source bibliography reference manager. The native file format used by JabRef is BibTeX, the standard LaTeX bibliography format. JabRef is a desktop application and runs on the Java VM (version 8), and works equally well on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. BibTeX is an application and a bibliography file format written by Oren Patashnik and Leslie Lamport for the LaTeX document preparation system. General information can be found on the CTAN BibTeX package information page. JabRef also supports BibLaTeX. Bibliographies generated by LaTeX and BibTeX from a BibTeX file can be formatted to suit any reference list specifications through the use of different BibTeX and BibLaTeX style files. Search the Web Entries can be searched in external databases and BibTeX entries can be fetched from there. Example sources: arXiv, CiteseerX, Google Scholar, Medline, GVK, IEEEXplore, and Springer. Import of various formats RIS, Medline/Pubmed (xml), Refer/Endnote, INSPEC, BibTeXML, CSA, ISI Web of Science, SilverPlatter, Scifinder, OVID, Biblioscape, Sixpack, JStor, and RIS. Moreover, the FireFox add-on JabFox makes importing new bibliographic information directly from the browser very easy. Automatic download of full texts JabRef can be instructed to search for the full text of a reference, download it, and directly link it to the BibTeX entry. Search the bibliography Search a pattern in the whole bibliography. Classification of entries You can group entries explicitly, by keywords or any other fields. Integrates to your environment Launch external applications: PDF viewers, web browser Insert citations into TeXstudio, LyX, Kile, Emacs, TeXmaker, Vim, and WinEdt Automatic Key generation BibTeX keys can be automatically generated in a customizable way from document data, e.g. using author names, title and year. Support for XMP Metadata in PDFs Improve the workflow of sharing PDFs and bibliography information Built-in and custom export formats HTML, Docbook, BibTeXML, MODS, RTF, Refer/Endnote, and OpenOffice.org as well as LibreOffice Customization of the JabRef interface Fonts, displayed fields, etc. Customization of BibTeX ...
|917||Oct 23, 2019
| Kodi v18.3 (win32)
Kodi v18.3 (win32) Kodi (formerly known as XBMC) is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub that can be installed on Linux, OSX, Windows, iOS and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet. Our forums and Wiki are bursting with knowledge and help for the new user right up to the application developer. Kodi is the ultimate entertainment center software. It plays almost every kind of media you can find and it looks great while doing it! This is just a few things Kodi excels at, why not try it yourself today? Music Kodi can play all your music including mp3, flac, wav and wma formats. It has cue sheet, tag reading support and smart playlists for ultimate control of your music collection. Movies Kodi can do Movies too! Supporting all the main video formats including streamable online media, Kodi can import, browse and play your Movie collection with ease. TV Shows The TV Shows library supports episode and season views with posters or banners, watched tags, show descriptions and actors. Great for keeping track of your progress. Photos Import pictures into a library and browse the different views, start a slideshow, sort or filter them all using your remote control. PVR Kodi allows you to watch and record live TV all from easy to use interface. It works with a number of popular backends including MediaPortal, MythTV, NextPVR, Tvheadend and many more. Skin Kodi allows you to completely change the whole appearance of the interface with skins. We have no doubt that you will find something that suits your tastes (or loungeroom). Add-Ons The real power of Kodi comes from the vast selection of user created Add-ons. There ...
|881||Jul 10, 2019
| Maxima v5.43.0 (win32)
Maxima v5.43.0 (win32) Maxima is a computer algebra system comparable to commercial systems like Mathematica and Maple. It emphasizes symbolic mathematical computation: algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and much more. For example, Maxima solves x^2-r*x-s^2-r*s=0 giving the symbolic results [x=r+s, x=-s]. Maxima can calculate with exact integers and fractions, native floating-point and high-precision big floats. Maxima has user-friendly front-ends, an on-line manual, plotting commands, and numerical libraries. Users can write programs in its native programming language, and many have contributed useful packages in a variety of areas over the decades. Maxima is GPL-licensed and largely written in Common Lisp. Executables can be downloaded for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android; source code is also available. An active community maintains and extends the system. Maxima is widely used: annual direct downloads exceed 300,000. Many other users receive it through secondary distribution. Features Specialized in symbolic operations but offering numerical capabilities too. Can be accessed programmatically and extended, as the underlying Lisp can be called from it. Complete programming language with ALGOL-like syntax but Lisp-like semantics. Arbitrary-precision integers. Rational numbers of sizes limited only by machine memory. Arbitrarily large floating-point numbers ("bfloats"). Click here to visit the author's website.
|941||Jun 11, 2019
| Oolite v1.88 (Win32)
Oolite v1.88 (Win32) 3D space trading and combat game. Among the seven trillion people who are - at least officially - Cooperative citizens, you are nobody. So far, anyway. You've got a ship, some weapons, and enough spare cash to get started - and one day, you might get the fame, wealth or glory you want. Perhaps one day, everyone might know your name. If, that is, you can survive that long. The two thousand star systems of the Cooperative once enjoyed a golden age of peace and prosperity, and perhaps the wealthiest of them can still pretend to. The trade ships that once safely travelled between planets now have to be well armed and escorted to fend off pirate attacks, from small-time criminals desperate for their next meal, to powerful robber barons extracting tithes from everyone who passes through their space. The Cooperative's police force, concentrated near a few influential planets, can no longer maintain order. The mercenaries they hire for a few credits a kill are too few, too unreliable to do so either. And in the darkness between the stars, an old enemy lurks, fearless, perhaps waiting for order to collapse entirely. Good luck, Commander. Oolite is inspired by the 8-bit classic Elite, and many aspects of gameplay will be familiar to players of that game. In the tradition of open-world games, there's no overall story: you can be a millionaire trader, a veteran combateer, a feared pirate, a lonely miner, a notorious smuggler, or all of them, or something else entirely, based on your own actions. One of the most important aspects of Oolite is customisation: almost all parts of the game can be modified using simple free text and graphics tools, and over five hundred expansion packs are available, ranging from minor tweaks such as a new ship or replacement sound ...
|926||Jun 15, 2019
Giles Williams, Jens Ayton
| Scribus v1.4.8 (Win32)
Scribus v1.4.8 (Win32) Powerful, open source desktop publishing software. Welcome to Scribus, a page layout program for Linux, FreeBSD, PC-BSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris, OpenIndiana, Debian GNU/Hurd, Mac OS X, OS/2 Warp 4, eComStation, Haiku and Windows. Since its humble beginning in the spring of 2001, Scribus has evolved into one of the premier Open Source desktop applications. Encouraged by professionals and beginners alike, the Scribus Team, with support from a large and growing number of enthusiastic contributors from all over the world, is dedicated to develop and improve “one of the most powerful and useful open-source projects out there” (TechRepublic). Underneath a user-friendly interface, Scribus supports professional publishing features, such as CMYK colors, spot colors, ICC color management and versatile PDF creation. Scribus has many unexpected touches, such as powerful vector drawing tools, support for a huge number of file types via import/export filters, emulation of color blindness or the rendering of markup languages like LaTeX or Lilypond inside Scribus. The Scribus file format is XML-based and open. Unlike proprietary binary file formats, even damaged documents can be recovered with a simple text editor. Scribus 1.4.8 released The Scribus Team is pleased to announce the release of Scribus 1.4.8. Scribus 1.4.8 is almost exclusively a bugfix and update release and we expect will be the last iteration of the Scribus 1.4.x line. All future development efforts will go into the upcoming new stable version 1.6.x. Click here to visit the author's website.
|926||Oct 24, 2019
The Scribus Team
| Stellarium 0.18.1 (Win32)
Stellarium v0.19.1.1 (Win32) Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go. sky default catalogue of over 600,000 stars extra catalogues with more than 210 million stars asterisms and illustrations of the constellations constellations for 19 different cultures images of nebulae (full Messier catalogue) realistic Milky Way very realistic atmosphere, sunrise and sunset the planets and their satellites interface a powerful zoom time control multilingual interface fisheye projection for planetarium domes spheric mirror projection for your own low-cost dome all new graphical interface and extensive keyboard control telescope control visualisation equatorial and azimuthal grids star twinkling shooting stars eclipse simulation supernovae simulation skinnable landscapes, now with spheric panorama projection customizability plugin system adding artifical satellites, ocular simulation, telescope configuration and more ability to add new solar system objects from online resources... add your own deep sky objects, landscapes, constellation images, scripts... The first bugfix release for series 0.19. Thank you very much to community for bug reports, feature requests and contributions! Full list of changes: Added allow to search an inactive meteor showers in Search Tool/Lists tool Added ‘Azimuth vs. Time’ graph into AstroCalc/Graphs tool Added feature to show tracks for latest several selected ...
|3,854||Aug 12, 2019
| TurboVNC v2.2.4 (Win32)
TurboVNC v2.2.4 (Win32) TurboVNC is a derivative of VNC (Virtual Network Computing) that is tuned to provide peak performance for 3D and video workloads. TurboVNC was originally a fork of TightVNC 1.3.x, and on the surface, the X server and Windows viewer still behave similarly to their parents. However, the current version of TurboVNC contains a much more modern X server code base (based on X.org 7.7) and a variety of other features and fixes not present in TightVNC, including a high-performance Java viewer. In addition, TurboVNC compresses 3D and video workloads significantly better than the “tightest” compression mode in TightVNC 1.3.x while using only typically 15-20% of the CPU time of the latter. Using non-default settings, TurboVNC can also match the best compression ratios produced by TightVNC 1.3.x for 2D workloads. Furthermore, TurboVNC contains some unique features that are designed specifically for visualization applications. All VNC implementations, including TurboVNC, use the RFB (remote framebuffer) protocol to send “framebuffer updates” from the VNC server to any connected "viewers." Each framebuffer update can contain multiple "rectangles" (regions that have changed since the last update.) As with TightVNC, TurboVNC analyzes each rectangle, splits it into multiple "subrectangles", and attempts to encode each subrectangle using the "subencoding type" that will provide the most efficient compression, given the number of unique colors in the subrectangle. The process by which TurboVNC does this is referred to as an "encoding method." A rectangle is first analyzed to determine if any significant portion of it is solid, and if so, that portion is encoded as a bounding box and a fill color ("Solid subencoding.") Of the remaining subrectangles, those with only two colors are encoded as a 1-bit-per-pixel bitmap with a 2-color palette ("Mono subencoding"), those with low numbers of unique colors are encoded as a color palette ...
|944||Mar 17, 2020
| Visual Code Studio v1.32 (Win32)
|1,072||Apr 03, 2019
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