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Title: Glossary and resources 1.1
Section: Glossary and resources
Title: Glossary
Section: Glossary
Alchemy
: A F/LOSS canvas drawing program, meant to encourage play and exploration. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X AND Windows.
Audacity
: A F/LOSS sound editing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
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Command line
: A text only user interface, allowing users to input commands without the intervention of cursors and graphical user interfaces.
: A text-based interface for controlling a computer.
Constant
: An arts organization based in Brussels, Belgium. The parent organization of Open Source Publishing.
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Title: Glossary 1.2
Section: Glossary
Alchemy:A F/LOSS canvas drawing program, meant to encourage play and exploration. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X AND Windows.
Audacity: A F/LOSS sound editing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X AND Microsoft Windows.
Audacity
: A F/LOSS sound editing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X AND Microsoft Windows.
Blender: A powerful 3d animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Blender
: A powerful 3d animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
command line: A text-based interface for controlling a computer.
command line
: A text-based interface for controlling a computer.
desktop environment: A collection of tools and interface elements which style the visual and functional aspects of an operating system in a certain way.
desktop environment
: A collection of tools and interface elements which style the visual and functional aspects of an operating system in a certain way.
Digital Rights Management (DRM): Technologies (of whatever sort) which prevent users from making certain uses of the larger technologies to which the dmr is applied.
Digital Rights Management (DRM)
: Technologies (of whatever sort) which prevent users from making certain uses of the larger technologies to which the dmr is applied.
distro/distribution: A specific configuration of GNU/Linux, often designed with a particular purpose in mind.
distro/distribution
: A specific configuration of GNU/Linux, often designed with a particular purpose in mind.
Fedora: A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
Fedora
: A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
flavour: Similar in meaning to distro/distribution, but more general. Simply means a specific version (normally of GNU/Linux).
flavour
: Similar in meaning to distro/distribution, but more general. Simply means a specific version (normally of GNU/Linux).
Free: As in freedom, or often, that which is or is of Free Software.
Free
: As in freedom, or often, that which is or is of Free Software.
Free Culture: A general term for activities and artistic works which fall under a similar ideological banner to the Free Software movement.
Free Culture
: A general term for activities and artistic works which fall under a similar ideological banner to the Free Software movement.
freedesktop.org: A F/LOSS project which focuses on creating interoperable tools for GNU/Linux and other Unix-type systems.
[freedesktop.org](http://freedesktop.org)
: A F/LOSS project which focuses on creating interoperable tools for GNU/Linux and other Unix-type systems.
Free/Libre Open Source Software (F/LOSS): Software which has a viewable, modifiable source and a permissive license (such as the GNU GPL). It can be modified and redistributed.
Free/Libre Open Source Software (F/LOSS)
: Software which has a viewable, modifiable source and a permissive license (such as the GNU GPL). It can be modified and redistributed.
GIMP: A raster based image editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
GIMP
: A raster based image editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Git: A popular version control system, originally created to manage development of the Linux kernel.
Git
: A popular version control system, originally created to manage development of the Linux kernel.
GNOME: A popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
GNOME
: A popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
GNU General Public License (GPL): A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
GNU General Public License (GPL)
: A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
implement: The act of integrating a feature or standard into a piece of software, rendering that software able to (for example) perform a task or use a specific file format.
implement
: The act of integrating a feature or standard into a piece of software, rendering that software able to (for example) perform a task or use a specific file format.
Internet Relay Chat (IRC): A popular form of internet-based real-time chat. Has a long history of use and is still popular among groups of developers and users.
Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
: A popular form of internet-based real-time chat. Has a long history of use and is still popular among groups of developers and users.
KDE: A community project which produces various F/LOSS applications, best known as a popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
KDE
: A community project which produces various F/LOSS applications, best known as a popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
Libre: A less ambiguous adaptation of the word Free. Implies liberty of use, modification and distribution.
Libre
: A less ambiguous adaptation of the word Free. Implies liberty of use, modification and distribution.
mailing list: An email-based forum through which subscribers may receive announcements, view or participate in discussion.
mailing list
: An email-based forum through which subscribers may receive announcements, view or participate in discussion.
open standards: A standard which is available for viewing and implementation by any party, often at no monetary cost.
open standards
: A standard which is available for viewing and implementation by any party, often at no monetary cost.
Oxygen: A project meant to develop a coherent and attractive visual identity for kde.
Oxygen
: A project meant to develop a coherent and attractive visual identity for kde.
proprietary: A piece of software or other work which does not make available its source, which is not allowed or intended to be modified or redistributed without permission.
proprietary
: A piece of software or other work which does not make available its source, which is not allowed or intended to be modified or redistributed without permission.
Scalable VectorGraphics (SVG): An open standard for vector graphics, developed by the W3C.
Scalable VectorGraphics (SVG)
: An open standard for vector graphics, developed by the W3C.
SIL Open FontLicense (OFL): A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
SIL Open FontLicense (OFL)
: A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
source code: The human readable code on which software is based. Software distributed with its source code can be modified far more easily than software distributed without.
source code
: The human readable code on which software is based. Software distributed with its source code can be modified far more easily than software distributed without.
terminal: A program which allows users to perform actions on the command line.
terminal
: A program which allows users to perform actions on the command line.
Ubuntu: A particularly popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Canonical Ltd.
Ubuntu
: A particularly popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Canonical Ltd.
version control: Activities which have the effect or intent of distinguishing different versions of a work or body of work from one another.
version control
: Activities which have the effect or intent of distinguishing different versions of a work or body of work from one another.
Version Control System (VCS): An application/collection of tools designed to facilitate version control. Tracks changes to files and allows a group of collaborators to share their changes as they are made.
Version Control System (VCS)
: An application/collection of tools designed to facilitate version control. Tracks changes to files and allows a group of collaborators to share their changes as they are made.
W3C: The organization responsible for setting web standards, such as HTML5 and SVG.
W3C
: The organization responsible for setting web standards, such as HTML5 and SVG.
Title: Glossary 1.3
Section: Glossary
bash: A freely licensed Unix shell. See command line.
bash
: A freely licensed Unix shell. See command line.
command line/console: A text-based interface for controlling a computer.
command line/console
: A text-based interface for controlling a computer.
copyleft: A style of licensing in which those redistributing the work are required to do so under its original (or a compatible) license.
copyleft
: A style of licensing in which those redistributing the work are required to do so under its original (or a compatible) license.
Fedora: A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
Fedora
: A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
Free/Libre Open Source Software (F/LOSS): Software which has a viewable, modifiable source and a permissive license (such as the GNU GPL). It can be modified and redistributed.
Free/Libre Open Source Software (F/LOSS)
: Software which has a viewable, modifiable source and a permissive license (such as the GNU GPL). It can be modified and redistributed.
Git: A popular version control system, originally created to manage development of the Linux kernel.
Git
: A popular version control system, originally created to manage development of the Linux kernel.
GNOME: A popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
GNOME
: A popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
GNU General PublicLicense (GPL): A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
GNU General PublicLicense (GPL)
: A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
GNU/Linux: A group of operating systems which are built on the Linux kernel and components from the GNU project, among others, which are widely distributed and freely modifiable.
GNU/Linux
: A group of operating systems which are built on the Linux kernel and components from the GNU project, among others, which are widely distributed and freely modifiable.
hexadecimal code: A six-character code prefaced by a hash symbol (#), used to define colour, especially for web applications. Eg. #000000 for black.
hexadecimal code
: A six-character code prefaced by a hash symbol (#), used to define colour, especially for web applications. Eg. #000000 for black.
hacktivism: A movement or school of belief based around the ideas of networked activism, aided by technical knowledge.
hacktivism
: A movement or school of belief based around the ideas of networked activism, aided by technical knowledge.
Internet Relay Chat (IRC): A popular form of internet-based real-time chat. Has a long history of use and is still popular among groups of developers and users.
Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
: A popular form of internet-based real-time chat. Has a long history of use and is still popular among groups of developers and users.
Movable Type: A F/LOSS blogging platform released under the GNU GPL.
Movable Type
: A F/LOSS blogging platform released under the GNU GPL.
open license: A license which allows and encourages re-use and appropriation of creative works, in contrast to the all rights restricted norm provided by traditional copyright. Examples include the GNU GPL, the SIL OFL and the Creative Commons family of licenses.
open license
: A license which allows and encourages re-use and appropriation of creative works, in contrast to the all rights restricted norm provided by traditional copyright. Examples include the GNU GPL, the SIL OFL and the Creative Commons family of licenses.
Open Source: See Free/Libre Open Source Software.
Open Source
: See Free/Libre Open Source Software.
open standards: A standard which is available for viewing and implementation by any party, often at no monetary cost.
open standards
: A standard which is available for viewing and implementation by any party, often at no monetary cost.
Perl: A popular programming language, often used for writing web applications.
Perl
: A popular programming language, often used for writing web applications.
PHP: A popular scripting language, used for web development.
PHP
: A popular scripting language, used for web development.
proprietary: A piece of software or other work which does not make available its source, which is not allowed or intended to be modified or redistributed without permission.
proprietary
: A piece of software or other work which does not make available its source, which is not allowed or intended to be modified or redistributed without permission.
public domain: The legal status of a creative work for which the copyright (or other rights restriction) has expired. A work in the public domain can be used by anyone, for any purpose, without restriction. Licenses such as the Creative Commons CC0 license emulate public domain.
public domain
: The legal status of a creative work for which the copyright (or other rights restriction) has expired. A work in the public domain can be used by anyone, for any purpose, without restriction. Licenses such as the Creative Commons CC0 license emulate public domain.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG): An open standard for vector graphics, developed by the W3C.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
: An open standard for vector graphics, developed by the W3C.
script: A small program, often used to control a larger program or block of code.
script
: A small program, often used to control a larger program or block of code.
SIL Open Font License (OFL): A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
SIL Open Font License (OFL)
: A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
Telnet: A protocol for networked communication.
Telnet
: A protocol for networked communication.
Ubuntu: A particularly popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Canonical Ltd.
Ubuntu
: A particularly popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Canonical Ltd.
version control: Activities which have the effect or intent of distinguishing different versions of a work or body of work from one another.
version control
: Activities which have the effect or intent of distinguishing different versions of a work or body of work from one another.
W3C: The organization responsible for setting web standards, such as HTML5 and SVG.
W3C
: The organization responsible for setting web standards, such as HTML5 and SVG.
Title: Glossary
Section: Glossary
Alchemy:A sketching environment designed for visual experimentation. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Alchemy
: A sketching environment designed for visual experimentation. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Aptana Studio
: An IDE for creating web applications. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
ArgyllCMS
: A colour management system with icc profile compatibility for a variety of display and capture devices. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Aptana Studio:An IDE for creating web applications. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Audacity
: A sound editing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Blender
: A powerful 3d animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Chiplotle
: A Python API for pen plotters. Implements HPGL. Available as a Python library.CMS:Stands for Content Management System. Software installed on a webserver in order to provide a simple framework for editing webpages. WordPress and Drupal are examples of content management systems.
ArgyllCMS:A colour management system with icc profile compatibility for a variety of display and capture devices. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
command line
: A text only user interface, allowing users to input commands without the intervention of cursors and graphical user interfaces.
colord
: A tool for installing, managing and creating colour profiles. For GNU/Linux.
Creative Commons
: A suite of licenses designed to allow creators and users of works flexibility beyond that offered in traditional copyright.
Audacity:A sound editing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
F/LOSS
: Stands for Free/Libre Open Source Software. Software which has a viewable, modifiable source. It can be modified and redistributed.
firmware
: Software designed to be permanently installed on a computer/device. Free software:A term describing software which is made available under licenses permitting users to not only run it, but to examine its code, redistribute it and modify it.
GIMP
: A raster based image editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. (Sometimes spelled Gimp)
Blender:A powerful 3d animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Hugin
: Panoramic photo stitching software for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Inkscape
: A vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
JavaScript
: A scripting language commonly used on websites.
Chiplotle:A Python API for pen plotters. Implements HPGL. Available as a Python library.CMS:Stands for Content Management System. Software installed on a webserver in order to provide a simple framework for editing webpages. WordPress and Drupal are examples of content management systems.
Krita
: A drawing application supporting both vector and raster images. Available for GNU/Linux, Freebsd and Microsoft Windows.Laidout:A layout and desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux.
Luciole
: A stop motion animation program for GNU/Linux.
MyPaint
: A digital painting application with a focus on fluid workflow. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
command line:A text only user interface, allowing users to input commands without the intervention of cursors and graphical user interfaces.
Node.js
: A JavaScript-based system for creating internet applications.
colord:A tool for installing, managing and creating colour profiles. For GNU/Linux.
open hardware
: Hardware which follows the same principles as F/LOSS, including publicly available, freely licensed schematics.
Creative Commons:A suite of licenses designed to allow creators and users of works flexibility beyond that offered in traditional copyright.
Paper.js
: A web-friendly JavaScript version of Scriptographer.
PCB
: A printed circuit board, the base of most electronics, generally consisting of a number of electronic components linked together to form certain types of circuits.
Pencil
: 2D animation software with support for both vectors and rasters. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
F/LOSS:Stands for Free/Libre Open Source Software. Software which has a viewable, modifiable source. It can be modified and redistributed.
Processing
: A programming language and development environment predominantly used for visually-oriented or media-rich projects. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Python
: A popular interactive programming language. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
“scratching an itch”
: A term used in many F/LOSS communities to mean that a developer has created a program primarily to meet his/her own needs, instead of the needs of others.
firmware:Software designed to be permanently installed on a computer/device. Free software:A term describing software which is made available under licenses permitting users to not only run it, but to examine its code, redistribute it and modify it.
Scribus
: A desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
Scriptographer
: A scripting plugin for Adobe Illustrator which gives the user the possibility to extend Illustratorʼs functionality by the use of the JavaScript language. www.scriptographer.org. Scriptographer is a GPL-licensed plugin for proprietary software.SIL Open Font License (OFL):A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
ToonLoop
: A stop motion animation application for GNU/Linux. A minimal version is available for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
GIMP:A raster based image editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. (Sometimes spelled Gimp)
Hugin:Panoramic photo stitching software for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Inkscape:A vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
JavaScript:A scripting language commonly used on websites.
Krita:A drawing application supporting both vector and raster images. Available for GNU/Linux, Freebsd and Microsoft Windows.Laidout:A layout and desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux.
Luciole:A stop motion animation program for GNU/Linux.
MyPaint:A digital painting application with a focus on fluid workflow. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Node.js:A JavaScript-based system for creating internet applications.
open hardware:Hardware which follows the same principles as F/LOSS, including publicly available, freely licensed schematics.
Paper.js:A web-friendly JavaScript version of Scriptographer.
PCB:A printed circuit board, the base of most electronics, generally consisting of a number of electronic components linked together to form certain types of circuits.
Pencil:2D animation software with support for both vectors and rasters. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Processing:A programming language and development environment predominantly used for visually-oriented or media-rich projects. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Python:A popular interactive programming language. Available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
“scratching an itch”:A term used in many F/LOSS communities to mean that a developer has created a program primarily to meet his/her own needs, instead of the needs of others.
Scribus:A desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
Scriptographer:A scripting plugin for Adobe Illustrator which gives the user the possibility to extend Illustratorʼs functionality by the use of the JavaScript language. www.scriptographer.org. Scriptographer is a GPL-licensed plugin for proprietary software.SIL Open Font License (OFL):A license intended for use with fonts and font related software. Dictates terms which allow modification and redistribution of fonts.
ToonLoop:A stop motion animation application for GNU/Linux. A minimal version is available for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Zotero:A reference management application with extensions for browsers and word processors. Available GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Zotero
: A reference management application with extensions for browsers and word processors. Available GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Title: Resources/Glossary
Section: Glossary
**Arduino**A popular open hardware platform for rapid electronic prototyping.
Arduino
: A popular open hardware platform for rapid electronic prototyping.
**Blender**A powerful 3D animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Blender
: A powerful 3D animation application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
**copyleft**A style of licensing in which those redistributing the work are required to do so under its original (or a compatible) license.
copyleft
: A style of licensing in which those redistributing the work are required to do so under its original (or a compatible) license.
**Creative Commons**A suite of licenses designed to allow creators and users of works flexibility beyond that offered in traditional copyright.
Creative Commons
: A suite of licenses designed to allow creators and users of works flexibility beyond that offered in traditional copyright.
**distro/distribution**A specific configuration of GNU/Linux, often designed with a particular purpose in mind.
distro/distribution
: A specific configuration of GNU/Linux, often designed with a particular purpose in mind.
**F**/LOSSStands for Free/Libre Open Source Software. Software which has a viewable, modifiable source. It can be modified and redistributed.
F/LOSS
: Stands for Free/Libre Open Source Software. Software which has a viewable, modifiable source. It can be modified and redistributed.
**Fedora**A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
Fedora
: A popular distribution of GNU/Linux, produced by Red Hat, Inc.
**Free**As in freedom, or often, that which is or is of Free Software.
Free
: As in freedom, or often, that which is or is of Free Software.
**Free Art License**A copyleft license designed for creative works.
Free Art License
: A copyleft license designed for creative works.
**Flickr Commons**A repository of photographic images, sourced from institutions around the world, with no known copyright restrictions.
Flickr Commons
: A repository of photographic images, sourced from institutions around the world, with no known copyright restrictions.
**Free Software**A term describing software which is made available under licenses permitting users to not only run it, but to examine its code, redistribute it and modify it.
Free Software
: A term describing software which is made available under licenses permitting users to not only run it, but to examine its code, redistribute it and modify it.
**Free Software Foundation**An organization dedicated to the promotion of Free Software. Well-known for its development of the GNU General Public License.
Free Software Foundation
: An organization dedicated to the promotion of Free Software. Well-known for its development of the GNU General Public License.
GIMPA raster based image editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
GNU **General Public License** (GPL)A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
GNU General Public License (GPL)
: A license originally intended for use with software, but now used for other applications. Made famous the principle of Copyleft, requiring those using GPL licensed work to license derivatives similarly.
GNU**/Linux**A group of operating systems which are built on the Linux kernel and components from the GNU project, among others, which are widely distributed and freely modifiable.
GNU/Linux
: A group of operating systems which are built on the Linux kernel and components from the GNU project, among others, which are widely distributed and freely modifiable.
**Inkscape**A vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Inkscape
: A vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
KDEA community project which produces various F/LOSS applications, best known as a popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
KDE
: A community project which produces various F/LOSS applications, best known as a popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux.
**Libre**A less ambiguous adaptation of the word Free. Implies liberty of use, modification and distribution.
Libre
: A less ambiguous adaptation of the word Free. Implies liberty of use, modification and distribution.
**Open Hardware**Hardware which follows the same principles as F/LOSS, including publicly available, freely licensed schematics.
Open Hardware
: Hardware which follows the same principles as F/LOSS, including publicly available, freely licensed schematics.
**Open Source**See Free/Libre Open Source Software
Open Source
: See Free/Libre Open Source Software
**Scribus**A desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
Scribus
: A desktop publishing application for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
**They**Most commonly known as a collective pronoun, it is also used as a gender-neutral singular pronoun.
They
: Most commonly known as a collective pronoun, it is also used as a gender-neutral singular pronoun.
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*/
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border-bottom: 1px solid #18BC60;
margin-bottom: 2rem;
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display: block;
background-color: #18BC60;
color: #fff;
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letter-spacing: 1px;
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display: inline-block;
vertical-align: middle;
}
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display: inline-block;
height: 30px;
height: 80px;
width: auto;
vertical-align: middle;
}
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border-bottom: 1px solid #18BC60;
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}
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/*break-before: avoid;*/
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padding-left: 1rem;
border-left: 6px solid #eee;
}
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