One of my favorite use case of Tp-Note is the quick documentation of hyperlinks of any kind. All you need for this, is a browser addon like Firefox add-on to copy selection as Markdown. The rest is automatic, Tp-Note's templates generate the note without intervention.
The template based note-taking tool Tp-Note was originally designed as
desktop application: Before creating a new note, the user copies interesting bits
of text into the clipboard. When Tp-Note starts, it analyses the clipboard's content
and fills out some template to create a new note. This is why people who are working with non-graphical
headless systems could not use Tp-Note efficiently: in general, these systems
offer no clipboard. With version 1.7, Tp-Note comes with a new feature making
it interesting for system administrators and console lovers: instead of
injecting data into the templates via the clipboard, Tp-Note also reads the
standard I/O input stream
stdin. This way Tp-Note offers its full
functionality on headless systems.
Tip: If you are new to Tp-Note, you may want to watch the introductory video about Tp-Note.
EurKEY - The European Keyboard Layout is based on the American keyboard layout. It is well suited for translators and programmers who are used to the US keyboard layout. It has has a very convenient access to European letters and accents.
This note explains how to install the latest version 1.3 on Debian Linux.
For Windows instructions please refer to: Install the international US keyboard layout with the European EurKEY extension on Windows.
The “German E1 keyboard layout” is an extension to the German basic layout containing a complete set of letters for all European languages. This layout is of special interest for translators and programmers. This short note explains how to install the German E1 keyboard from source.
ASCII-Hangman is guessing game for children with ASCII-art rewarding. It was originally designed to revise vocabulary in classroom, but can be used alone also. The setting up of the vocabulary list is part of the learning process.
I am happy to announce that the newly released ASCII-Hangman version 5.0.0 comes with a Web interface allowing to play online without installation. The desktop versions for Linux, Mac and Windows are continued.