Gnoclock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements

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Description:

A clock for kicker which looks like the gnome clock.

Instructions :
- Decompress the archive
- cd gnoclock/build
- cmake ..
- make
- sudo make install
Last changelog:

11 years ago

2008/03/12
- switched to cmake build system
- the calendar popup now shows itself at an user defined position

darcio53

12 years ago

I suggest to add in configuration possibility to change the font colour, thanks for this applet ;-)

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Goamaus

12 years ago

one question: is it any possible to get a netspeed applet clone for KDE?
You can find description here:
http://www.wh-hms.uni-ulm.de/~mfcn/netspeed/
I haven't found any worthy replacement for it...

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chatmoa

12 years ago

Install knemo
start it in kcontrol -> services.

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Goamaus

12 years ago

quotation:
"Re: Re: not bad :)
by Goamaus on: 04/26/2007, 19:16
no... unfortunately not...
knetstats is fine, but i'd like to have an app in the taskbar, that is capable to display up/down speeds _without_ the need to mouseover first..."

;)

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Goamaus

12 years ago

quotation:
"Re: Re: not bad :)
by Goamaus on: 04/26/2007, 19:16
no... unfortunately not...
knetstats is fine, but i'd like to have an app in the taskbar, that is capable to display up/down speeds _without_ the need to mouseover first..."

;)

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Goamaus

12 years ago

sorry for doubleposting... hit the refresh button by accident :D

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Clunixchit

12 years ago

Are you looking for knetstats ? http://clunixchit.blogspot.com/2006/06/fe-knetstats-15.html

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Goamaus

12 years ago

no... unfortunately not...
knetstats is fine, but i'd like to have an app in the taskbar, that is capable to display up/down speeds without the need to mouseover first...

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maximegb

12 years ago

Did you see that there are 3 modes of visualization : icon, text-mode and graphical ?

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Goamaus

12 years ago

sorry... saw this a little late, but you were faster with replying than me :)
now i only need to figure out, why the deb doesn't work in feisty :(

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Goamaus

12 years ago

just figured it out: beryl was the problem... when selecting kwin as wm (which crashed kde... LOL), it loaded and it even survives beryl now and another relogin :) thx for the hint

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11 years ago

2008/03/12
- switched to cmake build system
- the calendar popup now shows itself at an user defined position

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