Sticky note app for Linux

Sticky is a free open source note-taking application for Linux provided by the Linux Mint team. You can paste notes on your desktop. It provides an old traditional sticky note on the look of your working desk. Written in Python. It comes with basic text formatting features such as bold, italic, fixed width, underline, strikethrough, highlights, headers, switching between checklists and bullets, and other features include spell check and tray icons. Support, automatic backup, organizer. The note color can be set to blue, green, magenta, orange, purple, red, teal, and yellow.

Install the sticky note app on Ubuntu Linux

Sticky is available from this unofficial PPA and can be installed on Ubuntu Linux. Open a terminal application (Ctrl + Alt + T) and add the following PPA to your system.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kelebek333/mint-tools

Enter your Ubuntu user password if needed, press Enter, and then Enter The key confirms the addition of PPA. Then run the following command:

sudo apt update

And you can install the sticky note app via the following command

sudo apt install sticky

Uninstall Sticky on Ubuntu Linux

Run the following command in the terminal to uninstall the sticky note.

sudo apt remove sticky

Then run the following command to remove the PPA

sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:kelebek333/mint-tools

that’s all.

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