Open Source Java Quicksilver for Windows/Linux

Discussion in 'Java' started by IMYojimbo, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. IMYojimbo

    IMYojimbo Guest

    Hello fellow developers!

    I would like to invite you to join the development of the open source
    JQuicksilver for Windows and Linux.

    short description:
    JQuicksilver is a computer utility software program distributed
    freely. It is developed using the Java language, and targeted to run
    on both Linux and Windows platforms.
    It allows users to use the keyboard to rapidly perform tasks such as
    launching applications, manipulating files and data, running scripts
    or sending e-mail. Although it is a complex application, it is
    centered around a very simple three-panel interface, called the
    "command window": the user performs complex tasks using simple,
    configurable key-combinations.

    Video:
    http://www.eyalw.com/drupal/node/43

    Screenshots:
    http://www.eyalw.com/drupal/image/tid/2

    Homepage:
    http://eyalw.com

    See ya there!
     
    IMYojimbo, Dec 30, 2007
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