Word processor oriented for learning difficulties.
ADAPRO is a free-to-use word processor geared towards individuals with a learning difficulty like dyslexia or a developmental disorder such as autism. Its adapted, seamless and configurable interface provides a simplified environment that can be relied, fostering the user's sustained attention. It can be downloaded and used completely free of charge for any purpose. Supports English, Spanish and Portuguese. If Java 6 or higher is already present on the computer, it does not even require installation. This project has been part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the PCT-MAC 2007-2013 programme.
Community CRM module for Openbravo with mobile support
OpeniaCRM is a module for Openbravo ERP released under community license. The module aims to cover the basic CRM functionalities like activities (call, meeting, task), lead, opportunities, cases and documents handling. It includes also a interactive calendar and a "Fast Lookup" HTML5 interface browsable from smartphones and tablets. Version 1.0.72 is available! Includes: - New Widgets on: Activities, Cases, Opportunities and Recently Updated Leads - New Views: now you will be able to have a look at all your leads depending on their Location ("Leads Per Location" window) and Their Interests ("Functionality of Interest To Leads" window) - New exportable report: "Opportunities by Lead" - Minor bug fixes If you are already using OpeniaCRM update it to the latest version and if not try it out!
AILA is an client/server application based on the extinct Program D.
Streamline your photo sorting with picture stream!
This tiny application lets you set up customizable hotkeys for all of your destination folders. A few quick keystrokes later your photo inbox will be sorted! Please be warned, this application is still in development. Bugs may exist. While the authors endeavour to make sure nothing bad ever happens, it is advised that you backup your data before using this application. Please submit any instances of unexpected behaviour.