Monthly Archives: February 2013

LPI Essentials studieboek by Jeroen Baten

A Dutch Linux textbook, written by Jeroen Baten. Google translation: In the LPI Essentials book contains information for passing the LPI Essentials exam. The book contains all the learning goals and the following areas will be discussed in detail: Part

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MediaWiki

MediaWiki is another one of the first to add OpenDyslexic to their software. MediaWiki is the awesome open source wiki software that runs Wikipedia, WikiMedia, and so much more. Get it: http://mediawiki.org

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My Spellings

My Spellings is an app that lets you practice your spelling using tests. It lets you use your voice to record the words, and then you have to type the word correctly. You can set up multiple ‘tests,’ and record

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My Agility Board

My Agility Board is an excellent task management and more web app. I use this to keep track of bugs, tasks at work, todo lists and more. It’s not very rigid: your notes can be placed anywhere on the board,

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Texpad

Texpad is a LaTeX editor for the iPad and iOS that includes auto–complete, outline view, error tables, and now, OpenDyslexic. Get it: http://texpadapp.com

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Steel’s Run

An awesome game that uses OpenDyslexic as it’s typeface. Get it: Google Play Developer blog: http://jpsierens.wordpress.com

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hAppy

hAppy – an simple and fast App. net client that includes OpenDyslexic in the typeface choices, and has a dark theme. Get it: http://dasdom.de/Dominik_Hauser_Development/hAppy.html

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