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Jesús, for "libpackagekit" run: sudo apt-get install packagekit-backend-aptcc
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This is my favorite GUI text editor for Linux, I use the Windows version all the time too. I also covered this topic here.
I'm using Mint Cinnamone installed on virtual machine VMWare. The instruction helped me to adjust my mouse scroll wheel speed. I set the value to 6. Now it's comfortable to use the mouse. Thanks a lot!
Cecilieaux Bois de Murier, 1. Silentcast 2. I haven't checked, but I think that it is possible to do in the program SimpleScreenRecorder
Cecilieaux Bois de Murier
Is there an application that imports stills into a GIF?
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PhotoQt - fast, lightweight image viewer

25-08-2016, 15:22
  PhotoQt is a fast, lightweight image viewer. The interface has a modern and well configured. The first thing I struck when working with PhotoQt is its speed. The program is really virtually no

Gimp - the free & open source image editor

4-01-2016, 14:43
GIMP is a cross-platform image editor available for GNU/Linux, OS X, Windows and more operating systems. It is free software, you can change its source code and distribute your changes.

Picty helps you manage photos on Linux Mint

8-12-2015, 18:22
Are you still looking for an app that can handle your large collection of photos? If Yes, then you can take advantage of the excellent lightweight app called Picty. Although a variety of other

Poster printing in Linux Mint on A4 sheets

6-12-2015, 12:39
In this article we will talk about the possibility to print the posters in Linux Mint. But once the poster is ready, very often there is a logical need to print this image large size on A4 sheets. In

CIM - organizing, viewing and editing images

20-07-2015, 23:01
CIM is a simple C++ / QT GUI application for organizing, viewing, archival and editing capabilities. Image Manager CIM has all the standard (most used) tools for working with archives images,

Gcolor3 - nice color picker for Linux Mint

30-04-2015, 11:02
Gcolor3 is a color selection dialog written in GTK3. It is much alike Gcolor2, but uses the newer GTK version to integrate better in your modern desktop. It has the same feature set as Gcolor2 and

Gpick - color picker for Linux Mint

25-04-2015, 07:42
Many people, especially web developers need the color picker tool, which allows you, by clicking on the field on the computer screen, to show the color code.