Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I doubt that dictionaries are on the top of most peoples ‘must have app’ lists, but the release of the elementary projects lush looking lexicon may just change that…
A usable, concise and straightforward looking Dictionary; it would be easy to dismiss Purple as nothing more than a ‘paint’ job. But the mechanics and design behind the application contrasts heavily against the formal, ‘info dump’ approach taken by the default GNOME Dictionary application shipped in Ubuntu.
What’s wrong with GNOME Dictionary?
Let it be said that I think GNOME Dictionary is a very capable tool. You search, it defines.