App List

Atom

"Atom is a text editor that's modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core—a tool you can customize to do anything but also use productively without ever touching a config file."

Installing Atom

1. Click here to Download Atom.

2. Double click the downloaded “deb” file and click “install”.

To-Do After Installing Atom

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Change Atom’s Look

1. Go to “Edit > Preferences > Install” or press “ctrl + ,” search and install your favorite themes and extentions . A list of popular extensions is down below.

2. Change your themes by going to “Edit > Preferences > Themes".

Useful Atom Extensions

  1. Emmet
    “the essential tool for web developers.”
  2. Atom-HTML-Preview
    “A live preview tool for Atom Editor.”
  3. Atom-Beautify
    “Beautify HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, C, C++, C#, Objective-C, CoffeeScript, TypeScript, Coldfusion, and SQL”
  4. Atom-Typescript
    “The only TypeScript plugin you will ever need.”
  5. Color-Picker
    “Right click or press CMD-SHIFT-C/CTRL-ALT-C to open it.”
  6. Autocomplete-Paths
    “Adds path autocompletion to autocomplete+”
  7. File-Icons
    “Assign file extension icons and colours for improved visual grepping”
  8. Highlight-Selected
    “Highlights the current word selected when double clicking”
  9. Javascript-Snippets
    “JavaScript & NodeJS Snippets for Atom”
  10. Linter
    “A Base Linter with Cow Powers”
  11. Linter-JShint
    “Linter plugin for JavaScript, using jshint”
  12. Linter-CSSlint
    “Lint CSS on the fly, using csslint”
  13. Linter-HTMLhint
    “A plugin for Atom Linter providing an interface to HTMLHint.”
  14. Pigments
    “A package to display colors in project and files”
  15. Todo-Show
    “Finds all the TODOs, FIXMEs, CHANGEDs, etc. in your project.”

Troubleshooting Atom

Privoox has not encountered any problems while using atom. Please report your problems or solutions in the wiki. Let's work together to make Linux easy for everybody.

Geany

"Geany is a text editor using the GTK+ toolkit with basic features of an integrated development environment."

Installing Geany

Run the following commands to add the repository and install Geany:

# sudo add-apt-repository ppa:geany-dev/ppa
# sudo apt-get update
# sudo apt-get install geany

To-Do After Installing Geany

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Enable Geany Plugins

Go to “Tools > Plugin Manager” to see a list of available plugins. Click on the checkbox to enable any.

Moo:You need to enable, then select a plugin to be able to edit each plugin’s preferences or keybindings.
Enable Geany Plugins

Install New Geany Plugins

1. You may install all geany plugins by running:

sudo apt-get install geany-plugins

2. You can be selective as well:

sudo apt-get install geany-plugin-pluginname

Troubleshooting Geany

Privoox has not encountered any problems while using Geany. Please report your problems or solutions in the wiki. Let's work together to make Linux easy for everybody.

Pencil

"Pencil is built for the purpose of providing a free and open-source GUI prototyping tool that people can easily install and use to create mockups in popular desktop platforms."

Installing Pencil

1. Click here to Download Pencil.

2. Double click the downloaded “deb” file and click “install”.

To-Do After Installing Pencil

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Troubleshooting Pencil

Privoox has not encountered any problems while using Pencil. Please report your problems or solutions in the wiki. Let's work together to make Linux easy for everybody.