Is there a calculator like gcalctool for KDE? I want a calculator that shows the equation in progress. For example, gcalctool will show this as I type:
on 12/09/2009 – Made popular on 12/09/2009
There is a new gnome-calculator (3.7.5) in the Gnome3 Staging PPA.
Also there is a new transitional gcalctool (3.7.5) package to ease the transition from gcalctool to gnome-calculator.
However, upgrading gcalctool from the recent version (6.6.2) to the new 3.7.5 version is not succesfull.
This is because this upgrade also installs gnome-calculator and there is an error overwriting one same packag
Ubuntu have replaced gcalctool with gnome-calculator. The functionality is the same except for gnome-calculator needs a display to run and cannot be ran via ssh (previously gcalctool -s "math"). Is there a replacement calculator that works just as well?
Today we are proud to introduce you guys to the revamped calculator application that will be part of the upcoming GNOME 3.0.0 desktop environment and Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) operating system. The application is called GCalctool and it's a powerful utility that can be used to solve simple and mid-level mathematical problems. Compared to the calcula...
Calculator is an application which must be in all devices, because no one knows when and where you need to calculate something. This calculator is very easy to use, it does not have any scary and complicated functions, only those that are in the usual everyday pocket calculator. In addition, you can always change the color of this calculator, if you\'re tired of everyday gray colors...
Calculator is an application which must be in all devices, because no one knows when and where you need to calculate something. This calculator is very easy to use, it does not have any scary and complicated functions, only those that are in the usual everyday pocket calculator.
I just posted my first application to the Google Play Market.
It is called QOS Tip Calculator. It is a tip calculator that allows you to factor in the quality of service you received from your server to determine the tip. Its a novel idea in my opinion, and for all I know it is a fairly unique idea...
Went to open Calculator the other day, in Win8.1, on the desktop. Clicked Start button, got to start screen, clicked the down arrow to get to all apps, found Calculator, and BAM, full-screen Metro app. Totally useless to me.
So I finally found the "right" calculator, if you hit Winkey+S (for Search), then type Calc, you get not just one, but two listings for calculator.