If you are using Linux on multiple monitors you are surely going to miss Utramon, but don’t worry. You can get your task-bar on multiple monitors using the following instructions
1.) Right click on anywhere on the launch-bar, click “New Panel”
2.) Drag that to any monitor.
3.) Right click on that panel, and click “Add to Panel”
4.) Select “Window List” under Desktop and Windows
5.) Click Add.
6.) Add as many widgets you want to the taskbar
7.) Click Close, and you’re done.
After installing Windows 7, I discovered the following behavior in the code editor: Pressing the quote (') or double-quote (") key once would have no effect. Pressing any key after that would produce both the double quote character and the next character.
The problem is caused but by regional settings - I solved it by switching from "United States - International" to "US" keyboard layout.
Go to Control Panel->Region and Language->Keyboards and Languages tab->click Change keyboards... where you add English (United States) - Us to the list and then select it as default from the top drop down list.
Marco Tempest demonstrates his playing card magic and augmented reality hybrid act using - "100% real-time stuff - No post-processing. Programmed In C++ with OpenFrameworks, OpenCV, ARToolkitPlus, MacCam and other Open Source goodies…" Very cool to see AR tech finding its way into established performance crafts like this. I'm guessing we'll see these techniques combined with live/performance and projection more and more as ARToolkit catches on.