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Rabbids Coding is a game created to be a fun and engaging educational experience, giving people the tools to get excited about learning to code. Players are tasked with cleaning up a spaceship that has been overrun by the Rabbids, which can be achieved by either providing simple instructions to a Rabbid wearing a mind-control device, or by dropping sausages in their line of sight. The game doesn't require any previous knowledge of coding at all; instructions are simple and can be dragged from a menu, placed in order, and tested with the play button. Didn't get the results you were expecting? Don't worry, just see where it went wrong, move some things around, and try again!
Rabbids Coding has been created to allow you to play with the concepts of coding, without constant supervision or instruction from a teacher. It gives you the independence to learn at your own pace, whatever your age. Your goal in each level is to provide the simplest instructions possible to get the task done. Once you've proven yourself in the basics, a sandbox environment becomes available, allowing you to explore and play with the instructions to see what you can do.
Even if you can show that FF is the better browser in this regard.-Shades (September 26, 2019, 12:08 PM)
Re Clibu: "Clibu is completely free at this time. At some point we’ll charge - if you can afford a cup of coffee a month you’ll be able to afford to use Clibu."
Well, I can't.
That sounds fine, but how about all the other softwares with subscriptions also costing a coffee (or more) each? Since I retired from the work force, with its attendant severe drop in disposable income, I can't afford several coffees/month. I'm stretched with the photoshop cc subscription, and won't drop those coffees for a Clibu coffee, attractive as Clibu sounds.
Wish I could afford the Kindle Unlimited and various music subscriptions too, all who present variations on the "only a cup of coffee" theme.-tsaint (September 23, 2019, 08:22 AM)
Yep its me. I did try to update the activation but was unable to because eSellerate no longer had the users registration details. When that failed I created a new free license coupon which I sent. Unfortunately this didn't work because eSellerate seem to have been merged into another company (Sharit?) and their order system no longer works. Unfortunately this is out of my hands and there is nothing more I can do. In hindsight using a 3rd party to handle licensing was not the best of ideas.
So to say that I was not very helpful is pretty disappointing.
Surfulater does not have any Export capability, so it isn't possible to Import it into our new app Clibu.
I am quietly working on the next major version (rewrite) of Clibu. This stores all data locally, and will have offline support with synchronization to other devices should you wish to use that. It will also have local backups. For more information see the Clibu Blog which has links to early sample apps. The next sample release will have basic Note editing.
PS. Full disk image backups are a good idea and help greatly when disaster strikes.
To answer the original question: Clibu.
Well they have LINE, it just hasn't been updated in a couple of years and won't work with 64-bit yet. I wish that it would be updated... http://www.colinux.org/-wraith808 (August 26, 2019, 08:49 AM)
I picked up this awesome $21 bike "computer" gadget for my bike last week; nicely shows speed, and lots of information in a nice way:
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ps I haven't ridden a bike in 20 years but last week we did two 20 mile trips, and then on a whim signed up for a 50 mile event yesterday.. We had fun!-mouser (August 19, 2019, 12:02 AM)
In my opinion, Download.com is the mother of all software download websites. It’s the oldest of its type and was established about 14 years ago. The site is owned by CNet, one of the biggest names in Technology. There's an app on Apknite has a similar name but I don't know if it belongs to them or not.-Akertyna (August 08, 2019, 04:27 AM)
One thing that places a black eye on Download.com in my regard is the practice of wrapping installers in their own installer. That just leaves a bitter flavor in my mouth. I'm not sure if they are still doing it as I stopped visiting at the point where they started the practice.-wraith808 (August 08, 2019, 12:11 PM)
On a side note, is there an intent to record something like "when an assessment for a particular site was made" per site?-ewemoa (July 25, 2019, 06:42 PM)
Since you guys mentioned so many popular freesoft website.
I just want to add this one:
kubadownload-chashnniel (July 25, 2019, 09:09 AM)
Freeware Home (which I did not know) seems to have stopped putting out additional material in early 2018.-Steven Avery (July 25, 2019, 08:01 AM)
Major Geeks is very heavy with advertising, and many people can be duped into clicking buttons for possibly disreputable software. So I usually go elsewhere.
These are the ones commonly mentioned that may be good afaik.
And you may be passing them by for specific reasons.
Some Reviews - including some junk sites, not much really added.
Do sites in languages other than english qualify?-ConstanceJill (July 25, 2019, 02:14 AM)
Alright then, if French language isn't an issue, there's http://gratilog.net-ConstanceJill (July 25, 2019, 05:02 AM)
By the way, I tried your contact page on your site (to give an idea for free stuff) and the captcha didn't work for me (Waterfox on Windows 7). Actually, there was no captcha besides the "I'm not a robot" button, and clicking submit displays a red bar saying "invalid captcha". Adblocker was off.-BGM (July 24, 2019, 10:01 PM)