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gtex-let­ter – A Gnome as­sis­tant to ease the writ­ing of LaTeX let­ters

A good look­ing in­ter­face, based on the gnome-desk­top. Se­rial let­ters are sup­ported. Mul­ti­ple let­ter head­ers can be ac­cessed from within the ap­pli­ca­tion. Stan­dard open­ings and de­fault clos­ings can be con­fig­ured. Th­ese open­ings can be con­fig­ured to adopt to the sex of the ad­dressee au­to­mat­i­cally.

You can choose from three dif­fer­ent user in­ter­faces. Novice is very easy for the be­gin­ner, in­ter­me­di­ate is the stan­dard way, ex­pert is straight for­ward, all on one big page.

The ap­pli­ca­tion can swal­low text you pipe into it, be­ing it the ad­dress or the text of the let­ter. A spe­cial non-in­ter­ac­tive mode lets you pro­duce stan­dard-let­ters in an ex­tremely ef­fi­cient way.

gtex-let­ter con­nects to the gnome-ad­dress-book from the gnome-pim pack­age.

gtex-let­ter is im­ple­mented in python and based on gnome.

Pack­agegtex-let­ter
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerChris­tian Folini
Topics type­set­ting let­ters, en­velopes, faxes, etc
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