OneFinger is a general-purpose GUI for composing CLI commands with the mouse. Although entirely graphical, it does not attempt to hide the underlying CLI language. It increases your productivity over classical hand-typing by caching commands typed into terminals, which tend to be highly repetitive. Repeated commands can be selected from a list, ordered by last usage time. It includes an integrated file browser that helps you insert filenames without typing them. and allows you to see only those programs that make sense with a given file.
|Tags||Systems Administration Desktop Environment tools KDE File Managers Shells Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: In this major new feature release, tab widgets are now used extensively in order to minimize clutter and the "popup menus everywhere" idiom has been abandoned. Other important usability improvements were also made.
Release Notes: This is a major new release. The interface was redesigned to its roots. It is much faster and less cluttered. Some wishes from users have been fulfilled. If you do not use OneFinger, it is the right time to give it another try. Please delete the ~/.one-finger directory before launching the new version. This is important to ensure correct behavior.
Release Notes: Major new features, minor bugfixes, and a lot of polish were added.
Release Notes: Major usability features, minor bugfixes, and a lot of polish were added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.