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My kicker arrangement

  

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My kicker arrangement
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Submitted:  Jan 16 2006

Description:

This screenshot shows my kicker arrangement. I posted it to illustrate how exactly does it look (for the poll about the kicker arrangements).

I have 2 panels at the bottom. The first panel is high enough to have task buttons in 2 rows. It also has Kmenu and Konsole buttons at the left side and system tray and clock at the right edge. The second panel's height is the minimal allowed. It has (left to right):
"Show Desktop" button
"Settings" menu
"System menu"
"Storage media" applet (to quickly mount/unmount removeable media)
some spare space
Mini CLI
Color Picker applet (sometimes it's very handy)
System monitor which shows CPU usage graph
Media Control which controls amaroK (though I rarely use it thanks to multimedia keyboard).

Everything else is rather generic (kde 3.5, lipstik GUI style, nuvole XT icons).




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 usefull media button

 
 by Paulus on: Jan 16 2006
 
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hey whats the player contol buttons on the kicker, is it juk? If so anyone know one that'l work for amarok. TIA


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 Re: usefull media button

 
 by blaster999 on: Jan 17 2006
 
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It's media control. It can be configured to control amaroK, Noatun, JuK, mpd and kscd. It controls amaroK for me.


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wield it.
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 Re: Re: usefull medi

 
 by Paulus on: Jan 17 2006
 
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cheers dude, for any kubuntu users, I had to install package "kicker-applets" .

:)


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 Nice wallpaper

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 17 2006
 
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;-)


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 Re: Nice wallpaper

 
 by blaster999 on: Jan 17 2006
 
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Thanks.

I found it on (don't laugh) wincustomize.org. There's also another (photorealistic) render availiable.


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 hmm

 
 by lenooh on: Jan 21 2006
 
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why don't you put your second kicker (the small one) on top of your desktop? it looks kida messy like this... and it looks like it's broken or something :-}


I'm in.
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 Re: hmm

 
 by blaster999 on: Jan 22 2006
 
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Well, I'm not used to a bar hanging at the top - it looks very MacOS'ish (or even Gnomish!). Moreover, it would be hard to close windows (now I just move the mouse to the upper-right corner and click).


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 What the right bar ?

 
 by jeanot on: Feb 13 2006
 
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I'm trying to search the karamba's theme you have.
Can you help me please ?


jeanot
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