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#281
I think the way forward with this is if a experinced user find a decent app that they find usefull is to post like a mini review for us noobs just detailing what its for. i know us noobs ask alot lol however we all start somewhere.
 

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#282
I look for a vesion of the Debian "Planner" application.
This is a complete replacement of MS Project without limitations to number of activities but less reporting "out ofthe box".
So, it is more userfriendly than Primvera.
Has anyone managed to install this?
 

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#283
Originally Posted by lucifer1306217 View Post
I think the way forward with this is if a experinced user find a decent app that they find usefull is to post like a mini review for us noobs just detailing what its for. i know us noobs ask alot lol however we all start somewhere.
I noticed to..
I would like to see more apps written in Python. It is more configurable and with little effort you could expand-it on device
 
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#284
So, I've been restoring and updating my N900 after a reflash, and looking at what's changed in the way of software since I last paid attention to applications.

Leaving aside all the usual/obvious stuff, the interesting "new" (to me) discoveries include:

1) CloudGPS - still in devel, but this is one very sweet GPS/mapping application. Truly pleasant to use.

2) Opera Mobile - though this isn't new, it was a pain in the neck a year ago. Combined with browser-switchboard, it's fast, usable and has replaced Microb nicely.

3) cl-launcher - use the camera lens cover to launch a menu, to which you can add apps such as Flashlight, mBarcode and Frontview (all of which are well worth a look).
 

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#285
For me there are three applications that are very important nowadays:
1) Darhon Finance:
http://www.darhon.com/product/darhon-finance
for keeping all my finance stuff. It replaces the Pocket
Money program of my Palm Tungsten.

2) Firefox on Maemo5 which is fennec, currently 7.0.1 here :
http://moff.mozilla.com/latest/maemo.../binary-armel/

3) leafpad: http://maemo.org/downloads/product/Maemo5/leafpad/
 

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#286
Yeah i wonder if this page is dead i was asking if anybody can help me with a hymnal problem i have been having i would like to get and SDA hymnal i can't code so i dont know how to edit he mormon one thats here can anyone help me
 
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#287
X Terminal
Midnight Commander
prboom
Duke Nukem 3D
fbreader
Evince
conky
Quiver Image Viewer
drnoksnes
picodrive
gpsp
FROGATTO!
 
Posts: 155 | Thanked: 82 times | Joined on Mar 2012 @ Australia
#288
Mine are.

XTerminal
OMweather
Filebox
Leafpad
Queen Beacon Widget
Theme Customizer
 

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#289
in any case, get debian on your device
it expands the application library and possibilties of using the n900.
also get:
psx4m-gui (pcsx-rearmed)
leafpad
qtmobilehotspot
syobon action
slysics
conky and it's layoutswitcher
opera mobile
faster app manager
mplyer
cutetube-qml

that is mostly everything i need everyday to get happy with my N900
 

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#290
no love for Cutetube?

 
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