Drag and Drop clipboard
- Just a patch to the standard xclipboard program. You can drop things on the
clipboard window and they will be inserted into the current clipboard.
Drag and Drop Editor
- This is an Athena based text editor. It's a patched version of the xed
editor. Like xed, you can perform common actions via user-friendly menus.
You can also drop a file on the "filename" area and the editor will load
this file. If the file is saved, you can also drag from this area to
somewhere else (e.g. to the "printer" program).
Execution wrapper for non-X applications
- Execute is a simple tool that work as a wrapper to non-X applications. It
redirects stdout/stderr of application to an X window. From that window the
user is able to abort the running program, to quit completely or to restart
Drag and Drop File Manager
- This is as file manager based on xfm. It provides virtually all of the
features that you would expect in a file manager -- move around your
directory tree in multiple windows, move, copy or delete files, and launch
programs with simple mouse operations.
Drag and Drop Print Manager
- X print manager with OffiX drag and drop capabilities.
Note: to run, must have lpc somewhere in your path (usually
Drag and Drop Trashcan
- Trash is a black-hole intended to be used with "files". Every file dropped
on trash will be moved to a temporary hidden directory. If you want, the
"delete all" button will remove the files in trash from your disk forever.
The good things is that the files in trash can be recovered (undeleted).
A graphical desktop manager.
- From the README:
TkDesk is a rather sophisticated desktop and file manager for Unix and X.
It has got loads of features, such as file-specific pop-up menus, history
management etc. etc. See below for more. TkDesk is mainly implemented in
Tcl/Tk, with core functions written in C. It needs a recent version of
Tcl/Tk installed to run. Most every aspect of TkDesk can be configured
through configuration files (which again are simple Tcl scripts, and thus
give the user who knows Tcl enormous power).
clients of Lesstif
- Uil and xmbind.
Macintosh-like Virtual Window Manager
- Release of Macintosh-like virtual window manager
(MLVWM). This products is an window manager on X11R6. This window
manager is developed under SunOS 4.1.4 with X11R6. This window manager
needs XPM library and Shape Extension.
A Motif alternative to xfm
- Moxfm is a full-fledged file and application manager for UN*X
platforms running the X Window system. It is quite similar to
the xfm file manager, whose source code moxfm is based upon,
and uses configuration files with the same format as xfm
(except the device configuration file, see the manpage moxfm(1)),
but there are quite some differences, too. If you are a xfm
user, you might want to read the README.moxfm-xfm file for the
most important differences between moxfm and xfm.
Schedule planner for X/Motif
- Plan is a schedule planner based on X/Motif. It displays a month calendar
similar to xcal, but every day box is large enough to show appointments in
small print. By pressing on a day box, the appointments for that day can be
listed and edited.
tk script to read and display GNU "info" files
- TkInfo is a tk script to read GNU "info" files and display them.
TkInfo can be used stand alone (via WISH), or embedded within an
application to provide integrated, on-line help.
A tcl/tk-based manpage-viewer for X
- A nice manpage-viewer for X-windows, based on tcl/tk
- Motif-based astrology program
Front end for povray
- xfpovray is a graphical interface to the cool ray tracing program POV-Ray
(http://www.povray.org). It is written with the XForms library
(http://bragg.phys.uwm.edu/xforms), and supports most of the numerous
options of POV-Ray.
Fractal generation program
- A fractal-generation program for X-Windows- this
is a port of Fractint 19.2
- Xpdf is a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also
sometimes also called 'Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF
software.) Xpdf is designed to be small and efficient. It does not use the
Motif or Xt libraries. It uses standard X fonts. Xpdf is quite usable on a
486-66 PC running Linux.
- X session manager