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org.openshot.OpenShot
"Flatpack is too unstable and so many crashes. It even refused to open it after a crashed: "Process 108285 (openshot-qt) crashed and dumped core. This usually indicates a programming error in the crashing program and should be reported to its vendor as a bug." Trying the appimage. "
1
openshot-qt
"Release included in Linux Mint 20.2 just doesn't work: whenever you add a video to the project, the program freezes. Trying the flatpak. Hope it works because I don't understand the kdenlive workflow."
1
ch.openboard.OpenBoard
"OpenBoard per se is a great tool for teaching and creating educational content. But the advertisement says "Easy to install". That's not true. The installation process is a pain in the back. It doesn't install in recent versions of Ubuntu and derivatives (Linux Mint 19.3, KDE Neon, etc.). Best you can do is to install it from the flat pack system. Open board's original size is about 50 MB, and maybe 100 MB when installed, but the installation through Flatpack takes as many as 2.7 GB after installation! If you can live with that, then use it! You won't regret."
5
keepnote
"It doesn't have the option to print. There isn't a numbered list. As it's written in Python, it's slow as a turtle. Sometime it isn't responsive. There's a problem when resizing the font size, the counter gets crazy. If you move the folder to a different location, then you can't open it from the File menu; you need to open it from your file manager. I'm very dissapointed."
1
minitube
"As '5/'8/15 it doesn't work anymore, apparently because a Youtube update."
2
ardesia
"Doesn't work in Linux Mint 17.1"
1
thunderbird
"I started hating it since it's asking me to type my passwords every time I want to read or send an email. It's annoying! I use to handle up to four email accounts, each one with a different password, can you imagine what to type four password every time?. The bug is that Thunderbird is not saving passwords, and no one is taking care of this matter. Master password doesn't save my passwords either. Thunderbird was a good option, but now I need to look for a better email client. Shame on it :("
1
evolution
"It eats a lot of RAM, and even when it is closed, a bunch of apps related remains in memory. I don't like that."
2
unetbootin
"Works like a charm, no problems ever!"
5
parcellite
"Very useful!"
5
gnote
"Muy bueno"
4
preload
"Things speed up amazingly"
5
prelink
"Things speed up amazingly"
5
kicad
"Almost as good as commercial software!"
5
vim-gnome
"The best source code editor ever"
5
pyroom
"Wow !!! It does what it promises. One can't stop writing !!!"
5