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"EncryptPad is a simple, free and open source text editor that encrypts saved text files and allows protecting them with passwords, key files, or both. It's available on Windows, macOS, and Linux."

"The application comes with a GUI as well as a command line interface, and it also offers a tool for encrypting and decrypting binary files. "

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How To Set A Different Background For Each Monitor On Gnome

If you use Gnome, one way of having a different wallpaper for each monitor is to use the HydraPaper application.

HydraPaper works even if Nautilus is set to draw the desktop, like in Ubuntu 18.04, so you can have different wallpapers for each monitor, while keeping desktop icons functional (unlike some older solutions that required the desktop icons to be disabled, like Nitrogen).

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Get A Floating Live Window Preview In Gnome With Window Corner Preview Extension

I really like the Opera video pop out feature, but I wanted this for any window, and not just web videos, so I searched for a Gnome picture-in-picture alternative, and I came across Window Corner Preview, a Gnome extension which does just this in an intuitive way.

Window Corner Preview shows a floating live video preview of a window in a screen corner. The extension can be useful in multiple situations, like watching a terminal window for some activity, keep an eye on a YouTube or Netflix video, use it as a way to see a webcam preview, and so on.

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Get Qt5 Apps To Use Native Gtk+ Style In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Some Qt5 applications don't use a Gtk+ style by default in Gnome (in Ubuntu 18.04 for example), which makes them look out of place. This includes applications like VirtualBox, VLC, qBittorrent, Simple Screen Recoder, the ownCloud desktop client, and so on.

This article explains how to fix this and get Qt5 applications to use a Gtk+ 2 style in Ubuntu.

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*Mark Text: FOSS Markdown Editor With Realtime Preview *

Mark Text is a fairly new free, open source Markdown editor for Linux, Windows and Mac. Aimed at improving your editing efficiency, the editor supports the CommonMark Spec and the GitHub Flavored Markdown Spec.

The application tries not to get in your way, by using a clean interface that tries to focus on your writing and nothing more, with a seamless live preview, while still allowing you to easily access its menu or see the current file name.
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