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Kitchen Garden Aid v1.8.2
Kitchen Garden Aid v1.8.2 An easy to use application to design your kitchen garden or your house farm. Helps you plan your plants ( vegetables, fruit trees, herbs, flowers ) so that it respects the rules of crop rotation and companion planting. Based on square foot gardening. Requires Java 8. Features Draw your kitchen garden Keeps track of crop rotation and companion planting Square foot gardening visualization Database of companion plants Seed manager Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 282 Aug 07, 2019
Tiberius Duluman
qutebrowser v1.8.2 MacOSX
qutebrowser v1.8.2 MacOSX A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5 and Qt. qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL. It was inspired by other browsers/addons like dwb and Vimperator/Pentadactyl. Requirements The following software and libraries are required to run qutebrowser: Python 3.5.2 or newer (3.6 recommended) Qt 5.7.1 or newer (5.12 recommended due to severe bugs in Qt 5.13.0 and .1); support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) with the following modules: QtCore / qtbase QtQuick (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtSQL (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtOpenGL QtWebEngine, or alternatively QtWebKit - only the updated fork (5.212) is supported. Note: The latest QtWebKit release is based on old WebKit revision with known unpatched vulnerabilities. Please use it carefully and avoid visiting untrusted websites and using it for transmission of sensitive data. PyQt 5.7.0 or newer (5.13 recommended, support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) for Python 3 pkg_resources/setuptools pyPEG2 jinja2 pygments PyYAML attrs The following libraries are optional: cssutils (for an improved :download --mhtml with QtWebKit). On Windows, colorama for colored log output. asciidoc to generate the documentation for the :help command, when using the git repository (rather than a release). See the documentation for directions on how to install qutebrowser and its dependencies. Donating qutebrowser’s primary maintainer, The-Compiler, is ...
5/5 13 Dec 04, 2019
Florian Bruhin
qutebrowser v1.8.2 Win32
qutebrowser v1.8.2 Win32 A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5 and Qt. qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL. It was inspired by other browsers/addons like dwb and Vimperator/Pentadactyl. Requirements The following software and libraries are required to run qutebrowser: Python 3.5.2 or newer (3.6 recommended) Qt 5.7.1 or newer (5.12 recommended due to severe bugs in Qt 5.13.0 and .1); support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) with the following modules: QtCore / qtbase QtQuick (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtSQL (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtOpenGL QtWebEngine, or alternatively QtWebKit - only the updated fork (5.212) is supported. Note: The latest QtWebKit release is based on old WebKit revision with known unpatched vulnerabilities. Please use it carefully and avoid visiting untrusted websites and using it for transmission of sensitive data. PyQt 5.7.0 or newer (5.13 recommended, support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) for Python 3 pkg_resources/setuptools pyPEG2 jinja2 pygments PyYAML attrs The following libraries are optional: cssutils (for an improved :download --mhtml with QtWebKit). On Windows, colorama for colored log output. asciidoc to generate the documentation for the :help command, when using the git repository (rather than a release). See the documentation for directions on how to install qutebrowser and its dependencies. Donating qutebrowser’s primary maintainer, The-Compiler, is ...
5/5 13 Dec 04, 2019
Florian Bruhin
qutebrowser v1.8.2 Win64
qutebrowser v1.8.2 Win64 A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5 and Qt. qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL. It was inspired by other browsers/addons like dwb and Vimperator/Pentadactyl. Requirements The following software and libraries are required to run qutebrowser: Python 3.5.2 or newer (3.6 recommended) Qt 5.7.1 or newer (5.12 recommended due to severe bugs in Qt 5.13.0 and .1); support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) with the following modules: QtCore / qtbase QtQuick (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtSQL (part of qtbase in some distributions) QtOpenGL QtWebEngine, or alternatively QtWebKit - only the updated fork (5.212) is supported. Note: The latest QtWebKit release is based on old WebKit revision with known unpatched vulnerabilities. Please use it carefully and avoid visiting untrusted websites and using it for transmission of sensitive data. PyQt 5.7.0 or newer (5.13 recommended, support for < 5.9 will be dropped soon) for Python 3 pkg_resources/setuptools pyPEG2 jinja2 pygments PyYAML attrs The following libraries are optional: cssutils (for an improved :download --mhtml with QtWebKit). On Windows, colorama for colored log output. asciidoc to generate the documentation for the :help command, when using the git repository (rather than a release). See the documentation for directions on how to install qutebrowser and its dependencies. Donating qutebrowser’s primary maintainer, The-Compiler, is ...
5/5 12 Dec 04, 2019
Florian Bruhin
sWeather v1.8.2
sWeather v1.8.2 Tray-based weather app featuring multiple location support. Tray icons for conditions and temperature (optional). Tray icons and images are customizable. Weather data is provided by Yahoo! Weather. v1.8.2 - 2019-03-01 ! "Feels like" temps of zero degrees would display as N/A. (Thanks, mhh) Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,358 Mar 02, 2019
Jody Holmes
   
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