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SMPlayer is a free media player created for Linux and Windows, it was released under GNU General Public License. Unlike other players it doesn't require you to install codecs to play something because it carries its own all required codecs with itself. This is the first release which now support MPV and some other features such as MPRIS v2 Support, new theme, 3D stereo filter and more. It uses the award-winning MPlayer as playback engine which is capable of playing almost all known video and audio formats (avi, mkv, wmv, mp4, mpeg... see list).
One of the most interesting features of SMPlayer: it remembers the settings of all files you play. So you start to watch a movie but you have to leave... don't worry, when you open that movie again it will resume at the same point you left it, and with the same settings: audio track, subtitles, volume... SMPlayer can play Youtube videos and it also includes a handy tool which allows to search for YouTube videos. SMPlayer comes with several skins and icon themes, so you can easily change the look of the player. SMPlayer can search and download subtitles from opensubtitles.org. SMPlayer is available in more than 30 languages, including Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, etc..
List of Features:
Use MPV base instead of MPlayer.
Possibility to display two subtitles at once.
Play videos from video sites, like Youtube, DailyMotion, Vimeo, Vevo and many more.
SMPlayer has a better performance than the flashplayer in a web browser, specially in old PCs.
Support for MKV ordered chapters.
Native support for VAAPI and VDA. Improved VDPAU.
Better support for taking screenshots.
Complete preferences dialog, where you can change the key shortcuts, colors and fonts of the subtitles, and many more.
Filters. Many video and audio filters are available: deinterlace, postprocessing, denoise... and even a karaoke filter (voice removal).
Seeking by mouse wheel. You can use your mouse wheel to go forward or backward in the video. The mouse buttons can also be customized.
Video equalizer, allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, saturation and gamma of the video image.
Multiple speed playback. You can play at 2X, 4X... and even in slow motion.
Audio and subtitles delay adjustment. Allows you to sync audio and subtitles.
Advanced options, such as selecting a demuxer or video & audio codecs.
Possibility to search and download subtitles from opensubtitles.org.
It can play YouTube videos. A YouTube browser is included.
Translations: currently SMPlayer is translated into more than 30 languages, including Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese....
Possibility to change the style and icon set of the interface.
Free and opensource. SMPlayer is released under the GPL license.
Changelog of this version:
The option Open -> URL can now also load YouTube playlists.
New option in Preferences -> Subtitles to select the opacity of the background of the subtitles (available when the 'border style' is set to 'opaque box').
The options for the preferred number of track for audio and subtitles are back.
(mpv) Now the direct3d is the default video output for Windows, since some users reported problems with the gpu output.
Now it's possible to use a priority list of preferred languages for the audio and subtitles.
Now there's support for YouTube playlists. In the playlist window, click in the Load/save icon, select Load playlist from URL and paste the URL of the YouTube playlist.
Fix for YouTube.
How to install SMplayer and MPV as base?>> Available for Ubuntu 18.04 Boinic/17.10 Artful/16.04 Xenial/14.04 Trusty/12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 18/17/13/and other Ubuntu derivatives To install SMPlayer in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
LibreOffice is the power-packed free, libre and open source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and GNU/Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer: the word processor, Calc: the spreadsheet application, Impress: the presentation engine, Draw: our drawing and flowcharting application, Base: our database and database frontend, and Math: for editing mathematics. Recently LibreOffice released the major update version 6 of LibreOffice. This version is now compatible with more office file formats and includes new features and improvements. You can now export EPUB format using Writer. LibreOffice now let you import and open files of PageMaker, QuarkXPress and AbiWord. LibreOffice install local documentation for offline help/reference. In order to make documents more elegant a set of new table styles and gradients are available. LibreOffice Writer now lets you rotate images. LibreOffice has improved the LibreOffice Online, which is a cloud-based feature that allows user to edit documents using a web browser. LibreOffice has clean interface and powerful tools let you unleash your creativity and grow your productivity. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers. LibreOffice is a full-featured office productivity suite that provides a near drop-in replacement for Microsoft(R) Office. Your documents will look professional and clean, regardless of their purpose: a letter, a master thesis, a brochure, financial reports, marketing presentations, technical drawings and diagrams. LibreOffice is compatible with many document formats such as Microsoft® Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. But LibreOffice goes further by enabling you to use a modern open standard, the OpenDocument Format (ODF). LibreOffice is easily extensible through its powerful extensions mechanisms.
The old WikiHelp has been replaced by the new Help Online system.
The Notebookbar, although still an experimental feature, has been enriched with two new variants: Grouped Bar Full for Writer, Calc and Impress, and Tabbed Compact for Writer.
The Mail Merge function has been improved.
OpenPGP keys can be used to sign ODF documents on all desktop operating systems, with experimental support for OpenPGP-based encryption.
New filters for exporting Writer documents to ePub and importing QuarkXPress files.
Basic IDE main menu reorganized: some items were added, renamed and moved.
Memory configuration page has been removed from Options dialog.
Width and height of page style scaling mode "Fit print range(s) to width/height" can now be set to unspecified.
Available for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS/17.10 Artful/16.04 Xenial/Linux Mint 18/and version 5.4 for Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty To Install LibreOffice 6.0 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libreoffice
Download LibreOffice for other distributions, That's it
There are handful of download managers available for Linux, you maybe using your favorite one or previous version of Xtreme-Download-Manager. XDM project brought a new release with new year and it is much better and faster than previous releases. It is more powerful and able to increase download speed up-to 500%(Depending on your Internet speed). New features in XDM are download and covert videos from popular online sources, support thousands of websites. Ability to resume stopped/halted downloads, also you can schedule downloads using this download manager.
You can integrate XDM with most of web-browsers such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Vivaldi and others as well, when integration is finished with any browsers, XDM simply takes over the downloads and saving streaming videos from the websites. It also has support for HTTPS, FTP, HTTP, HLS, DASH and HDS protocols, further more it support firewalls, proxy servers, file redirects, cookies, authorization, PAC scripts, scheduler, download queue and has more to offer. Give it a try and you will find this tool very useful and handy.
Download files at maximum possible speed. (5-6 times faster)
XDM can save video from YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Facebook and thousands of popular video sharing sites.
Works with all modern browsers on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. XDM supports Google Chrome, Chromium, Firefox Quantum, Vivaldi, and many other popular browsers.
XDM has built in video converter, which lets you convert downloaded video to MP3 and MP4 formats
Supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP as well as video streaming protocols like MPEG-DASH, Apple HLS, and Adobe HDS. XDM also supports Authentication,Proxy Servers, Cookies, Redirection etc.
Video download,clipboard monitoring, automatic antivirus checking,scheduler, system shutdown on download completion
Resumes broken/dead downloads caused by connection problem,power failure or session expiration
Works with Windows ISA, auto proxy scripts, proxy servers, NTLM, Kerberos authentication.
Available for All Linux distributions Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint/Fedora/Arch Linux and others To install Xtreme Download Manager 2018 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal: >>For 32bit
Previous version is still available via PPAXDMAN 6 for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful/17.04 Zesty/16.04 Xenial/14.04 Trusty/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 18/17/13/and other Ubuntu derivatives To install Xtreme Download Manager 2016 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
MacBuntu (Macbuntu Sierra/El Capitan/Yosemite) transformation pack is ready for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark, it took a while for us to give you this flavor for your 17.10 desktop. This time we are only supporting Gtk themes for Gnome (Gnome Shell), Xfce and Mate desktops but you may use themes in other desktops such as cinnamon etc. First of all we would like to thank Jared for helping us with this pack, our main themes Macbuntu which is for Gnome and other desktops, Macbuntu-Unity is for Unity desktop. There are now dark versions of Mac themes in this pack, for those who don't like to use traditional Mac color. Two cursors themes are included with this page, and some plank themes are from KenHarkey and erikdubois. Additionally there are two themes for Gnome Shell, two for Cinnamon, and two icon packs. We have dropped so many things for this pack such as boot screen, login screen and etc. Because there are issues with them and we don't want you to mess up your working OS. Slingscold which is known as launchpad, it does work on some desktops but since there is no development going on you may experience issue with it and it may don't work for some users and you may see blank launcher. Plank dock may not work in Gnome environment but can be used in other desktops. By following these instructions you can change look of your Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark to look like Mac OS X.
Note: If you encounter any bug in theme/icons/any stuff, report to us with screenshot or problem with details.
To install Slingscold Launcher (Launchpad) in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/macbuntu
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install slingscold
4: Albert Spotlight (Alternative to Mac Spotlight)
Albert alternative to OS-X spotlight created by Manuel, it offers pretty much same features like Spotlight or maybe better than Spotlight. It is a selection-based search system, which creates an index of all items and files on the system. It is designed to allow the user to quickly locate a wide variety of items on the computer, including documents, pictures, music, applications, and System Preferences. You can set custom hotkey and modify search criteria for albert.
You can also checkout Cerbero which is also similar to Albert.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/macbuntu
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install albert
After installation you can open Albert from Menu/Dash, and first set hotkey to activate albert.
5: Plank DockThis time we chose Plank it seems a best choice for this pack because it doesn't have any kind of issues, it is lightweight and we are providing themes with this pack for Plank dock.
First of all install Plank dock with following command then install Mac themes for Plank:
sudo apt-get install plank
Install themes for Plank dock, enter following commands in terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/macbuntu
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install macbuntu-os-plank-theme-v9
Press "Ctrl + Right Click" on the plank to access context menu.
Use these commands to remove Plank dock themes from your system: Enter following command to remove Plank dock and themes:
Tip: To pin application to dock just open Application and right click on app icon then select 'Keep in dock'.
6: Tweak Tools to change Themes & Icons:You can use these popular tools to change themes and icons in Ubuntu, Also you can change other settings from these tweak tools.
Enter following command to install tweak tools.
sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool
7: Install Monochrome icons for Libreoffice:Human icons are default in LibreOffice which kind of look weird with this transformation pack, to make LibreOffice more elegant with monochrome icons follow these instructions.
Enter following commands to install monochrome icons for libreoffice.
sudo apt-get install libreoffice-style-sifr
After installation go to LibreOffice menu select "Tools" > "Options" > "LibreOffice" > "View" and select "Sifr" under "Icon size and style". See following screenshots
8: (Optional) Mac fonts:Last time I received request about Mac fonts, so this time I am including them with this pack. So here are fonts for you.
There are handful of android file transfer applications available for Linux. Android File Transfer is an MTP utility client to transfer data between Android and Linux. It is a clone of Android File Transfer which is available for Mac OS. It is very simple and has very minimalistic easy to use user interface, this program is written in Qt. If you are having difficulty mounting your Android device then give this application a shot and you won't regret it "It just works". It lets you download files/directories and upload files/directories, create new directories and delete something from your Android device. It has drag and drop support, you can view the progress of file transfer. Also CLI tool available if you are more terminal geek.
Simple Qt UI with progress dialogs.
FUSE wrapper (If you'd prefer mounting your device), supporting partial read/writes, allowing instant access to your files.
No file size limits.
Automatically renames album cover to make it visible from media player.
USB 'Zerocopy' support found in recent Linux kernel (no user/kernel data copying)
No extra dependencies (e.g. libptp/libmtp).
Available as static/shared library.
Command line tool (aft-mtp-cli)
Available for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful/17.04 Zesty/16.04 Xenial/Linux Mint 18/17/other Ubuntu derivatives Install Android File Transfer in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
Over the years PDF has become the de facto standard for data archiving and document exchange. For example, PDF’s edge over a file format like MS Word is that it maintains the layout and formatting regardless of the operating system it is viewed on.
Naturally, it is no-brainer to open and read PDFs on Linux as well, but when it comes to doing more like converting and editing PDF or filling out interactive PDF forms, there are not so many viable PDF tools available for Linux. Just like most Linux users, we are fond of totally free and open-source tools, but if you need a tool that can meet all of your PDF needs, you might have to opt for a proprietary software. One such software that can work on Ubuntu and Fedora distributions is Able2Extract Professional 12. It was the first cross-platform PDF solution running on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. When it comes to PDF related work, Able2Extract enables its users to create, convert and edit PDF files. Also, thanks to the built-in OCR technology, Able2Extract converts scanned PDF files as well. Moreover, it allows users to protect their documents by redacting sensitive data and (or) password protecting their files.
The latest release of Able2Extract brings to the table some new and useful PDF manipulation features. The PDF form filling and editing feature is what has caught our attention. So we made it our business to try it out and then quickly demonstrate how to manage PDF forms with Able2Extract.
PDF Form FillingTo fill a PDF form with Able2Extract, run the program and follow the instructions below. Open the desired PDF file by clicking the 'Open' icon located on the main toolbar
Once your PDF file has been opened in Able2Extract, all you need to do is to click on any given interactive form field and input textual data, check required boxes, specify combo-box options and the like.
After completing the form, click on the 'Save' icon on the toolbar.
PDF Form EditingPDF Editor feature allows you to edit and customize PDF forms that you already have on your hard drive, but also to virtually create one from scratch as per your needs and preferences. Here is how to do it: Click on the 'Edit' icon to switch to PDF editing mode.
After Able2Extract switches to PDF editing mode click on the 'PDF Form Editor' tab located to the far to reveal Form Field options.
There are six different types of form fields to choose from: text fields, list boxes, check-boxes, combo boxes, radio buttons and push buttons. You can insert any of them into your PDF file and further personalize your PDF form. Better to show you how it looks in action. For our example, we decided to show you how to add a new text field and check boxes. To add a text field, click on the 'Add Text Field' icon in the Form Fields panel and position the box where you want it on the page. We are going to add a new field labeled “Linux Distribution”.
After you insert a text field you can further tailor its appearance by changing field properties. You can pick the font style and size, change the border and background color and style and even make certain fields read-only or required by checking the appropriate box in the Properties panel. Furthermore, there are a few advanced properties options hiding behind the 'More' button at the bottom of the Properties tab. After you click on it, a new window will show up where you can choose to disable spell checking, password protect a specific field and more.
Same rules apply if you want to add a checkbox to your PDF file. Simply click on the 'Add Check Box' option and drag it to the desired location.
As you can see we’ve added 2 new check-boxes to the PDF file. Now that our PDF form is finished we can exit the PDF editing menu and see how the file looks compared to the one we started with.
To sum it up, if you’re one of those Linux users who doesn’t mind using a proprietary software Able2Extract Professional 12 is worth checking out. Besides, there is a 7-day free trial available so you can take it for a free spin and see how you like it.
The growth in digital media has come with a plethora of video formats that never existed in the past, and this means many players are not able to understand these formats. One of the remedies you have in such a case is to ensure you use a video converter to change the formats to ones that can be read by your players. In this case, you have many options and most of the apps available are free of charge. Here are a few you might want to consider.
HandbrakeHandbrake is a free video transcoder that is simple to use. It comes with many features that allow you to easily rip any non-copy protected videos, and it can also transcode a few from protected formats. It works perfectly with the most popular formats including MKV and MP4 and its output is optimized to play on different devices. Users who pay for advanced features can customize the output as they like, and this includes being able to choose codecs, chapter support and subtitles.
FreemakeThis is one of the most popular converters out there that you could choose for your conversion needs. Freemake comes with a ton of features that help you to pursue conversion easily, and they also offer other apps that are ideal for easy video conversion. To help you understand how this works, learn how to convert your MP3, MP4, AVI, and WMV using Freemake. The free version is designed to help you convert videos in different formats and it can support a wide variety of presets that guarantee compatibility while you are importing music or videos to your smartphone or tab. It also allows the tweaking of output quality and includes many technical settings that you might also learn to use.
Format FactoryIf you are looking to achieve a perfect balance between customization and usability, then I would encourage you to try the Format Factory app. Its main pane gives you settings that allow you to easily add files you need to convert, and it helps to keep things simple with presets and different formats. Apart from helping you to convert audio and video, Format Factory comes in handy for DVD Ripping. You may also use its video and audio joining features, but at an extra cost.
Wondershare Video ConverterAnother converter you might find interesting to use is the Wondershare Video Converter. It comes in handy in conversion and it’s an all-in-one media converter that will help you to convert the files into a wide variety of formats. You will get presets after getting the Pro Version, but the free one is as good and will also include awesome tools that you can use to make your conversion journey a success.
If you are looking for a solution to convert your videos, there are many apps out there that are suited for that. Get one that you are comfortable with and if your budget is low, the free version also comes in handy and will help you accomplish what you are after while also saving money.
Some of the best consolidation devices on the market today are smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note8, replacing cameras, music players and video recorders. Other products like the iPad Pro are said to have enough power to replace your computer! However, there are many other gadgets too that do interesting things by fusing the function of two or more devices into a single unit; and below are different ideas where this approach makes sense – and where it’s functional.
1. A Powerbank and Router in OneThe powerbank is a powerful lifesaving gadget used for keeping your smartphones on for gaming, streaming video and audio, taking photos, booking cabs and other battery-hogging activities. On the other hand, a pocket router is a good idea for people who use laptops on the move – instead of an unsightly dongle sticking out of a USB port, having a wireless device is a good idea. Thanks to numerous data plans available, such pocket routers are useful as spare Internet connections in times of need.
Take a moment and imagine a router with a big internal battery capable of operating as a powerbank as well? It’s no longer a dream, because such devices exist like the Huawei Wi-Fi E5770 Pro. The router’s 5,200-mAh battery can charge your smartphone to full power at least once, and it can operate as a portable router for up to 17 hours – and you do not have to worry about charging two devices!
2. Earphones and a Fitness Tracker in OneThe smartwatch was designed to free people from having to carry their smartphones around for tracking their exercise routine. Today, there are earphones like the AirPods with which you no longer have to be bothered with tangling cables. However, companies like Bragi have gone a step further and eliminated the need for wearing a gadget on the wrist in order to track the activity levels. Bragi’s maiden product, the Dash, consists of a pair of wireless earphones that are integrated with tracking capabilities like heart rate and motion sensors. In addition, the device is fitted with an internal storage capacity of 4GB for storing music, you’ll no longer have to wear or carry any other gadget on your runs anymore! This idea makes sense considering that smartwatches are already making fitness bands immaterial. Plus, you may already have a nice looking watch you don’t want to wear during your rough activities.
3. A Laptop and Tablet in OneOver the last few years, there have been several attempts at consolidating a laptop and a tablet. There are the transformers that have their screens pop off the base and convertibles that have screens swivel 360 degrees or bend over backwards to convert from laptop to tablet mode. Then there are gadgets that look like tablets at first glance, but turn into a computer once they are attached to a keyboard case and kickstand using magnetic latching.
Marrying the two, a tablet and laptop, is not easy. A tablet is expected to be easy to hold, lightweight, and in a manageable size of under 12 inches for great touch screen experience. A laptop, on the other hand, requires a comparatively larger screen, more power, and capability to run computer grade operating systems like Ubuntu. Current devices run on Intel chips, but future devices running on ARM chips will likely result in better battery life and in-built cellular connectivity capability.
More and more people are switching to Linux. Why? Perhaps they’re seeking refuge from the flawed Windows operating systems. And Linux is becoming more accessible, partly because it can now provide much of what Windows can offer.
Many apps have Linux alternatives. Microsoft Office, for example, can be replaced by LibreOffice. There are also 1,000s of games now available for Linux on Steam, and this number is increasing all the time.
Yet every now and then, Windows users might still need an app that isn’t available on Linux or want to play a game that doesn’t have a Linux version. In these cases, they can use Wine to run whatever Windows programs they still need.
Installing and Using “Wine”Wine is an open-source “Windows compatibility layer” that allows you to run Windows software directly on your Linux desktop. It is not an emulator, nor is it a virtual CPU. Wine simply gives you the compatibility to run Windows software without running Windows.
To install Wine, simply open your Linux terminal window and enter the correct command. For Ubuntu, the command is “sudo apt install wine-stable”. The command for other providers will differ slightly but will follow the usual format. Alternatively, you can search for “Wine” using your software installer. Click “install” once you find it.
Once installed, you can download .exe files and run them through Wine. This will allow you to play Windows games on your Linux.
Should You Always Use “Wine”?It’s worth noting that Wine is not always the best option as you may encounter bugs or performance issues when playing some games. Others have proven to run fine. “World of Warcraft,” for example, is enjoyed by many players using Linux and Wine.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to seek out Linux alternatives to apps or games first. If you can’t find them, see if the games you’re looking for have instant play options without the need for download.
For example, you can play poker online at 888.com by visiting the website and clicking the “instant play” option. A new window will open that allows you to play all of the top games available, such as Texas Hold ‘Em and Omaha poker. This is possible through an internet browser, without a download.
If there are no alternative Linux apps or instant play versions, you should use Wine to play Windows games. You can check out the Wine application database for information on how individual games and apps will run, and for any tweaks that you need to make them perform well.
The Easy Way to Run Games with “Wine” There is also an easier way to play Windows games on Linux using Wine. Download the PlayOnLinux app. This program offers several helpers for downloading and installing games simple. You can get it by searching for it in your software tool or by using the correct code. For Ubuntu, the code is “sudo apt install playonlinux.”
If you don’t have it already, Wine will download automatically when you get PlayOnLinux. You can then go ahead and download Steam or download straight from the gaming app itself. PlayOnLinux will configure the game ready for Wine, making the whole process much more straightforward.
There are several other ways in which you can play Windows games on Linux, including using a virtual machine to run windows on your desktop or using a dual-boot system so that you can run Windows as a separate operating system when you reboot. However, using Wine is an effective method for many games, and using PlayOnLinux makes it much easier. Enjoy your gaming!
Mozilla released the 57th version of open source browser Firefox "Quantum" for Windows, Mac and Linux computers. The newest update made some platform-specific changes, major visual changes, two times faster than previous versions, added additional language support, enhanced content for developers and made accessibility changes to better accommodate visually and physically impaired users. While these changes will please many users, are they enough to make Firefox a compelling choice for Linux users?
Firefox comes installed on many Linux machines, but past performance issues have led many Linux users to switch default browsers. While Google Chrome is a closed-source browser, it remains competitive with Firefox. Chrome is not as customizable as Firefox, but it's fast and integrates updates better than Firefox. The open-source Firefox is much more customizable and has a huge extensions library that appeals to Linux users. irefox Quantum is roughly 2X faster than Firefox 49 on the Speedometer 2.0 benchmark, thanks to its new CSS engine, its “just right” multi-process architecture, the way it prioritizes your active tab, and much more. Firefox Quantum also includes a visual refresh – Photon – that looks and feels right at home with modern operating systems.
What's new in Firefox 57 Quantum
Firefox is getting a major Visual Redesign (Photon project) activated on the Nightly channel and which will ship with Firefox 57 on the release channel.
AMD VP9 hardware video decoder support for improved video playback with lower power consumption
Accessibility indicator will now appear in the title bar of the window when Accessibility services are enabled
The browser's autoscroll feature, as well as scrolling by keyboard input and touch-dragging of scrollbars, now use asynchronous scrolling. These scrolling methods are now similar to other input methods like mousewheel, and provide a smoother scrolling experience
Added support for Date/Time input
Allow users to manage the site data
Available for Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic/17.10 Artful/17.04 Zesty/16.04 Xenial/14.04 Trusty/Linux Mint 18/17/other Ubuntu derivatives To install FireFox Quantum in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal: