Sxwd is a multi-purpose tool for dealing with xwd images. Xwd is a C++ class which was created by merging xwd.c and xwud.c from the X11R6 distribution and porting them to GNU C++. Sxwd is a command line wrapper to exercise the member functions of xwd. Sxwd was created to manipulate the colormaps of 8-bit PsuedoColor XWD images in the production of custom USGS topographical maps. A few additional features have been added.
TkSessionManager is an X11 session manager. It is started as the last or only command in a .xinitrc or .xsession script file. It provides a user definable menu of commands that can be launched and a text area that can be used for electronic note taking. The contents of the text area can be edited, saved, cleared, copied to the X11 copy buffer, and printed.
XDM-OPTIONS provides a user interface for logging into an X session, including an interface for choosing what kind of desktop to log into. It is not tied to any desktop, and its requirements are minimal. It can optionally show a chooser of remote computers to log into. Installation, reconfiguration, and removal are designed to be the same on any supported system.
XDRadio is a simple to use XDialog wrapper for radio listening, It use MPlayer for radio listening and v4l2-cfg for mono-stereo shifting. It will hopefully run on any X Window system. XDRadio is intended for desktop end users with a radio card in their personal computers. It comes in 2 localized versions: French and English. The initial setup is easy, and explained in the README and with comments in the files. After this setup, you will be able to easily control your radio card.
XaoS is a fast, portable, real-time, and interactive fractal zoomer. It displays the Mandelbrot set (among other escape time fractals) and allows you zoom smoothly into the fractal. Various coloring modes are provided for both the points inside and outside the selected set. In addition, switching between Julia and Mandelbrot fractal types and on-the-fly plane switching is provided.
Xfce Embed Plugin enables the embedding of arbitrary application windows into the Xfce panel. The window is resized into the panel space available, and the associated program can be automatically launched if it is not open. Example uses include embedding an instant messaging buddy list, a mail client's new mail ticker, a simple media application, or a fancy clock or timer. Combining with Xfce's ability to auto-hide panels can make this very convenient.