To keep track of various lists, such as books read, I use the CSV Touch iPhone app.
To publish the Calc documents on my website, I created this simple macro that shows a dialogue for userid and password before saving the spreadsheet as CSV file via FTP.
OOO Basic save FTP macro and dialog (ZIP 4kB)
Studying the Finite Element Method, I ran into a booklet with some math exercises, Exploratory Examples – for Real Analysis, by J.E. Snow and K.E. Weller, ISBN 0-88385-734-0.
Just for the fun of finally using OOO formulas ;-), I created this OOO calc document for exercise 1.2.
Make engraved music sheets with Lilypond. A typical workflow to create a sheet looks like this:
- create a textdocument, e.g. myFirstSheet.ly, with texteditor;
- run Lilypond
- check the Postscript and, if any, Midi files
- if not ok, edit the textdocument and go back to step 2.
This shellscript supports the process. It shows a dialog to select the Lilypond source-document and subsequently asks to redo or stop.
The script uses X11 XDialog which was installed using MacPorts.
Music engravings can be embedded in an Open Office document with OOOLilypond.
A quick introduction to Lilyond by M. Lamers.