grunch is a package of scripts and software which can take a pair of side-by-side partial scans of an image, and merge them into a single image without leaving an obvious seam. It was written to allow LP record jackets to be scanned using an ordinary single-page flatbed scanner. It requires the pbmplus/netpbm tools, and the bash shell. grunch should compile and run correctly on almost any Unix-type O/S which supports these tools.
LibUFO is a C++ core library for graphical user interfaces (GUI). It is mainly used as OpenGL GUI toolkit. Most standard components (such as buttons, labels, menus, and internal frames) are included. It is customizable via look-and-feel and themes. There are three built-in video drivers (respectively using GLX/X11, WGL/Win32, and LibSDL) which are selected and loaded at run-time. You may also create your own backend or use a dummy driver to include libUFO widgets into an already existing OpenGL context.
The PJ and Supreme4 components provide over 150 text effects for Macromedia Flash MX with customizability and unrestricted editing. Besides default font settings, many effects have predefined customization, and since all effects are Flash components, you can edit, modify, replace, or rescript any part of the effects simply by opening the effect Symbols in the Library.
Gte is a Texture editor for the POVray raytracer. You can create a texture's declaration in POVray's language by means of normal text or via Tk Widgets adapted for this special usage. You can also make a test rendering with selected lights, and store and retrieve previous declaration statements.