How to Install Lazarus IDE in Ubuntu 20.04, 18.04, 21.10

This is a step by step guide shows how to install the Lazarus IDE in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.10 and their derivatives, e.g., Linux Mint, Elementary OS and more. Lazarus is a free Delphi compatible cross-platform IDE for rapid application development using the Free Pascal compiler. User may install the project either from… Continue reading How to Install Lazarus IDE in Ubuntu 20.04, 18.04, 21.10

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Dockeye – New Graphical App to Manage Docker Containers / Images in Linux

Running applications via Docker in Ubuntu Linux? Dockeye is a free open-source tool to manage your containers and images via a graphical user interface. Dockeye is written in Rust programming language. It provides a dark UI (light mode is also available) that list Docker containers and images in tabs. For each container, it provides options… Continue reading Dockeye – New Graphical App to Manage Docker Containers / Images in Linux

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Pin Custom Folders to Left Panel ‘Files’ Icon Context Menu in Ubuntu 20.04

In Windows 10, user may right-click on the ‘File Explorer’ icon on panel to access pinned folders (e.g., Desktop, Downloads and Documents) quickly. Ubuntu has first implemented this feature in Ubuntu 21.10, though it seems to be not working properly due to bug. Ubuntu 20.04 may manually add the context (right-click) menu options so user… Continue reading Pin Custom Folders to Left Panel ‘Files’ Icon Context Menu in Ubuntu 20.04

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ColorTint Adds Translucent Overlay To Help People with Dyslexia, Scopic Sensitivity

For people with dyslexia, scopic sensitivity, and related conditions, GNOME has an extension to adds a a translucent colored overlay over your desktop that may help. It’s ‘ColorTint’ that adds an indicator applet in system tray area. User may click the drop down menu options to enable/disable the overlay, change the color via RGB slider… Continue reading ColorTint Adds Translucent Overlay To Help People with Dyslexia, Scopic Sensitivity

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This GTK App Checks Contrast Ratio Between 2 Colors in Ubuntu Linux

Designers and website developers may sometimes need to check WCAG color contrast to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. Without using an online website each time, Linux has a stylish GTK4 app “Contrast” which allows to check whether the contrast between two colors meet the WCAG requirements. The app has a simple… Continue reading This GTK App Checks Contrast Ratio Between 2 Colors in Ubuntu Linux