xAutoClick is an autoclicker application that enables you to automatically click the left mouse button. It is designed to reduce strain on the wrist muscles caused by repetitive mouse clicking, which can lead to serious injury or impairment (RSI, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, et cetera). By specifying the interval, a random factor and the number of times to click, the program simulates natural clicking.
xBaK is a fan-made remake of the classic Sierra computer RPG "Betrayal at Krondor". It is a game engine that uses the data files that came with the original game by Sierra Online. You must already have your own copy, since the required data files are not distributed with xBaK. The game is still under development. The intro, the option dialogs, and the main game dialog are finished, but the game is not yet playable. Several tools for examining the contents of the data files are also available.
xCHM is a cross-platform GUI frontend for CHMLIB, written with wxGTK. It is able to display the topics tree, work with displayed pages history, print the current page, work with bookmarks, change fonts and fast search through all the pages of the loaded .chm document. Being indirectly dependent on GTK+, the possibility of changing GTK+ skins makes xCHM theme-friendly.
The Philips LightFrame2 is a technology for TV-quality video and photo display on a computer monitor. LightFrame(tm) is a combination of hardware and software for Windows. xLightFrame brings almost the same functionality to X. You can highlight the whole screen, or any part of it. This program is useful only on Phlips LightFrame-capable monitors, like the model 109S. It is an independent program that has no relation to or links with Philips. You can use it from the command line, or with help from the companion script lfw.sh.
xMarkup is a command line and GUI utility for multipurpose processing of a set of text files. It can be used to generate or edit the navigational cross-references within a set of HTML documents, analyze and convert the structure or content of SGML, XML, HTML, or text documents, split or merge text files with specified rules, analyze and extract data, generate scripts, and more. xMarkup supports a built-in procedural language which may be used to describe rules of the processing. This language is a simple dialect of the Icon programming language.
xRecurseDiff is a small program that can rapidly traverse entire directory trees to show the differences between different copies of the same file. It can be useful for code analysis, expecially for collaborative development. For example, it can analyze differences before a CVS/SVN submission or to resolve a conflict in concurrent editing.