gfa

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gfa is a small and fast address book written in C and GTK+2. It uses sqlite as backend for the addresses. Usage: I think its not necessary to write here how to use gfa. Its self-explainig. If you want to create a new contact press New, fill out the fields and press Save. If you change anything in the fields or the image, you must press Save to save the changes, otherwise the changes will be lost, but I think thats clear. Delete will delete the contact from your list. There will be a question if you really want to delete for accidently clicking. If you dont like the selected image anymore, than you can change it to the default icon by clicking Use default icon in the file dialog. And Quit quits gfa. Thats all..

Gtk - Written In - In C - Address Book - Gfa - Small - Written - Fast - Address - Groupware - Office

Published By:Isenmann Daniel

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.4.1

Price:Free

Downloads:38

Size:102.4 KB

Platform: Linux

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