UK-based Digimania develops Muvizu: free 3D animation software, integrated with an online collaborative community, that gives individuals or groups the power of Unreal Engine 3 to create compelling videos in minutes, not months. You don´t need specialist kit or training, just a good idea. Our motto is: "Direct, don't animate."
Free OCR is an OCR scanning software including the Windows compiled Tesseract free ocr engine also known as a Tesseract GUI. It includes a Windows installer and It is very simple to use and supports opening multi-page tiff's, Adobe PDF and fax documents as well as most image types including compressed Tiff's which the Tesseract engine on its own cannot read .It now can scan using Twain and WIA scanning drivers.
The Tesseract OCR PDF engine is an open source product released by Google. It was developed at Hewlett Packard Laboratories between 1985 and 1995. In 1995 it was one of the top 3 performers at the OCR accuracy contest organized by University of Nevada in Las Vegas. The Tesseract engine source code is now maintained by Google and the project can be found here: http://code.google.com/p/tesseract-ocr/
FreeOCR is freeware and you can do what you like with it including commercial use. The included Tesseract free OCR engine is distributed under the Apache V2.0 license.
List and link to any set of user profiles with the ROXORITY PeopleZen User Profiles List View Web Part for SharePoint, in any way you wish: it's utterly customizable.
ome highlights of this versatile User Profiles List View Web Part for all SharePoint versions and editions:
Display the user picture and name as well as any other user profile properties that you specify
Filter: specify date- and interval-based filter criteria to show for example "birthdays during the next n days" or for example "newly hired collegues of the last n weeks" — or filter by any other set of criteria, using a connected filter provider Web Part of your choice!
Paging: display profiles in batches of any size that you specify
Sorting: display user profiles ordered ascending or descending by any user profile property
Style: via the web part settings, you can completely customize the appearance of the user profiles being displayed
Dynamically filter Lists, Document Libraries, Data Views and other Web Parts on the fly, automatically or interactively, choosing from a wide range of specialized filtering mechanisms.
FilterZen's highly customizable Page Request (URL query string and more) Filters, User Filters, Date Filters, List Lookup Filters, Business Data Catalog (BDC) Filters, SQL Data Filters (for ADO.NET), Page Column Filters, Choice Filters and plain simple Text Filters get you started quickly and easily, are all smart about their current filtering context, share common useful settings and can be combined, pre- and post-filtered in powerful ways.
A small web part to display links to events stored in a list (or document library) in a mini calendar (in month view mode). It shows tooltips for the the events. It uses standard sharepoint css classes.
It uses the standard SharePoint CSS classes and it can export a calendar into iCal format.
For an example see the screenshot below:
I present you the "User Profile related SharePoint Designer Activities". It's a solution package (.WSP file) that contains four SPD actions (workflow activities) for the SharePoint Designer workflows.
The available actions are:
Get user title – use it to get the user job title, when you need to route the workflow to different people depending on the originating user, for example.
Find manager of the user – it retrieves the Manager property of the specified user profile. The most frequent use of this action would be to set an approval task for the manager of the user.
Find display name of the user – it resolves the user display name instead of DOMAIN\username, useful if you combine text in task descriptions or in emails.
Find department of the user – use it to route workflows depending on the originating user deparment or to check that the workflow can only be initiated by a specific department, for instance.
Managing permissions in SharePoint is a complex and often difficult to understand by end users. In addition, features for managing permissions on a site are splitted on several screens and must access on each item to finely manage the associated rights. When the site is important, it quickly becomes difficult to obtain an overview of permissions and each change creates a lot of work.
This version works with MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0
This tool aims to bring together on one screen, most of management capabilities of permissions for an entire site:
– Overall display permissions for groups on the Sharepoint libraries and website pages
– Adding, modifying, deleting permissions with a few clicks without having to go through a lot of screens
– Export as an Excel table permissions
– Copy permissions between lists and pages
Titus Labs Metadata Security for SharePoint allows administrators to protect documents in SharePoint based on their metadata properties. Access to documents and resulting filtered views can be based on the document’s metadata properties.
Automatically applies security permissions based on the document's metadata properties or content type – making per-document security much easier.
Supports metadata security for both Document Libraries and Lists.
Allows permissions to be assigned to users or groups based on their Active Directory properties, so security can be based on user or group attributes such as department and position.
Provides the ability to read user and group names from columns and populate them in item permissions, making it much easier to manage permissions for specific people or groups.
iroha Note is a software solution that allows you to create notes to study from, or to organize your information. It is simple to use, but at the same time it is a powerful tool for your note-taking needs. In addition to taking notes, iroha Note can also be used as a simple mind mapping utility.
Why be ordinary when you can be awesome? Microsoft® PowerPoint® has always offered its own charts and graphs. But then, there was only so much you could do with them. The need of the hour? To add some real oomph — oomfo!