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Medical details for your own records.
Health diary to track your daily health.
Blood pressure, blood glucose, weight, cholesterol, temperature, blood sugar, pain, leg cramps.
Pills to be taken.
Body Mass Index.
Diabetic hypos, insulin test results, kidney and liver tests.
Know your health.
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Measuring your blood pressure.
Blood pressure values.
Epigastric pain, chest pain, headache, lumbar pain.
Muscle strength test.
Body Fat Percentage.
Body Fat Calculation.
Clinical examination: diabetes, stomatitis, dental caries, dental calculus, dermatosis, osteoporosis, vascular and dermatologic disorders, angina pectoris.
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The OpenSong app is a freeware tool designed to help you create and manage song collections from your PC. It features a Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista-like interface, and you can use its tools to organize your songs and conduct various tasks, such as adding, inserting, naming, reorganizing and deleting them.
OpenSong is based on the OpenSong library, which in turn is based on the OpenSong format. The OpenSong library is a collection of XML files that store information about your songs (e.g. the title, lyrics, subtitles, artist, album, composer, etc.) and their metadata. This format was originally developed by BlueFlash, and it later evolved into the OpenSong library, which can be found at www.opensong.org.
Once you have imported all the songs from your CDs or music-sharing websites into OpenSong, it is possible to view the files (one song per slide, and there are up to 60 slides in each song), sort them by attribute, search for a specific song, and modify the properties of the items. You can also sort your songs by size and type, including album, song, etc., as well as view the activity log of your songs, the folder hierarchy, change the presentation setting (default slide style and logo, colors, fonts, and so on) and import/export songs to/from OpenSong’s library.
Like other similar apps, OpenSong gives you a certain degree of control over the entire song, e.g. you can toggle between song and set mode, insert, remove or edit songs and slide slides, and apply themes. You can also preview the song’s various properties, such as tempo, key, time signature, notes, chords, etc. Moreover, there are some tools that allow you to insert comments (e.g. title, subtitle, artist, etc.) and to add new songs.
There are two features that are more specific to OpenSong: the first one allows you to create slides from XML files and to export all the slides of a song to the OpenSong library. The second feature, which is not specific to OpenSong, allows you to import song lyrics from various text files.
OpenSong is best suited for users who do not have extensive musical knowledge and prefer not to use traditional music software.
You can download the OpenSong full version for free at www.opensong.org/download.htm.
OpenSong is a program designed to help you seamlessly