|| ||Alex Ibrado <alex-AT-kdex.org>|
|| ||kde-announce-apps <kde-announce-apps-AT-kde.org>|
|| ||Konch 0.80|
|| ||Sat, 14 Apr 2007 17:16:56 +0200|
Type: Other Utility
Konch is a highly-configurable KDE system tray
applet that acts as a proxy to ordinary scripts
written in bash, Perl, etc. You can change the
icon shown in the tray; colorize it; use a GIF or
MNG animation; and make the icon translucent,
blinking, or invisible. You can also set the
tooltip that is shown when the mouse hovers over
the icon, and make Konch display a popup message.
You control Konch via command line parameters,
DCOP, or your script's STDOUT.
When an event such as a click, double-click, or
right-click occurs, Konch relays this to your
script via command-line parameters or STDIN. Your
script can respond by simply printing out
appropriate lines (such as a menu listing), or
executing a certain function or program.
Please visit the homepage for the Handbook
containing complete information, as well as to
download other formats.
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