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KAlarm
KAlarm lets you configure personal messages to be displayed, commands to be executed, or emails to be sent, at scheduled times. It allows you to choose the message font and color, how often to repeat, whether to display an advance reminder, whether to speak the message or play a sound when it is displayed, and whether to cancel the alarm if it can't be triggered on time (e.g. if you are logged out at the time). As well as using the graphical interface to configure alarms, you can use the command line, and there is a DCOP interface for other applications.
KBag
kBag synchronizes your documents between one computer and another.
KDE Accessibility
* 2016 - Now, kdeaccessibility, like all monolitich tarballs, has been split into separate repositories. Right now the accessibility-related programs shipped with KDE Applications are jove, kaccessible, kmag, kmousetool and kmouth. KDE Accessibility is a set of assistive technologies for the KDE desktop. It currently consists of three applications: KMagnifier, KMouseTool, and KMouth. 'kmousetool' clicks the mouse for you, so you don't have to. It works with any mouse or pointing device. The amount of time it waits before it clicks is adjustable, of course, and is by default just half a second. KMouseTool can also drag the mouse. 'KMagnifier' is a screen magnifier. It magnifies the area around the mouse pointer or optionally a user-defined area. Additionally it offers to save the magnified screen shots to disk. 'KMouth' lets people who have lost their voice make their computers speak for them. It has a text input field and speaks the sentences that you enter. It also has support for user-defined phrase books.
KDEnlive
KDEnlive provides dual video monitors, a multi-track timeline, clip organization, efficient media ingestion, and a professional-level editing experience. Other features include customizable layout support, compositing, chroma keys, colour correction with a unique and powerful curve (rather than the colour wheel) interface, and plenty of other effects and transitions. Kdenlive communicates via an XML based protocol to a render engine which handles the actual video data, and can handle a multitude of video and audio codecs.
KDevelop
KDevelop is a C/C++ development environment which facilitates the creation and development of GNU Standard Applications. The current release includes:
  • Users can add, replace and remove functionality without changing the core source code
  • Supports profiles which determine which plugins should be loaded
  • Native non-intrusive qmake and automake support
  • Supports ant (Java build tool) and extra project types like pascal, haskell, ada and scripting projects
  • File wizard to manage file templates and create new files
  • Includes compiler plugins thatdefine compiler options
  • Configuration profiles that specify different compilers, compiler flags, build directories, target architecture, etc.
  • Problem reporter which reports problem as you type, a class browser that displays a hierarchy of classes and other symbols, and a language parser that feeds them.
  • Supports 15 different programming languages
  • C++- specific features including 'make member,' 'extract interface,' and 'subclassing'
  • A syntax-highlighting editor
  • GDB and Java debugger frontends; integrated GDB console
  • CVS, Subversion, Perforce, and ClearCase support
  • Works with any editor which implements KDE KTextEditor
  • Application wizard generates complete sample applications
  • Templates for each supported language and build system
KDirStat
* 2016-01-09 Complete Rewrite: QDirStat KDirStat is dead, long live QDirStat! QDirStat is KDirStat without any KDE -- from the original KDirStat author. KDirStat (KDE Directory Statistics) sums up disk usage for directory trees, much like the Unix 'du' command. It displays both numerically and graphically the disk space used up by a directory tree. It is network transparent, and comes with predefined and user configurable cleanup actions. You can directly open a directory branch in Konqueror or the shell of your choice, compress it to a .tar.bz2 archive, or define your own cleanup actions.
KDocker
KDocker is a program that helps you to dock any application in the system tray. Very few applications have docking capabilities, and even if they do, sometimes they are specific to desktops such as GNOME or KDE. This makes it possible to dock OpenOffice.org, XMMS, Firefox, Thunderbird, and other programs and works for KDE, GNOME, XFCE, and probably many other environments.
KFuseIso
KFuseIso provides KDE integration to mount CD-ROM filesystem images, such as .iso, .nrg, .bin, .mdf, and .img files. It uses fuseiso to do the actual job.
KKBSwitch
KKBSwitch is a keyboard layout indicator for KDE 2 and 3. It is useful when you have configured the XKeyboard extension to have more than one keyboard group (ie US/ASCII and Russian). An icon in the system tray indicates which layout is currently active. It does not help you configure XKeyboard, it merely indicates the current group. You configure XKeyboard by editing the XF86Config file. Clicking the icon or selecting the desired group from the icon's menu switches groups. Icons are configurable. There is also a "Toggle mode" (toggles between the two most recently used layouts). The keyboard layout can be switched for each window separately or globally.
KLearningAid
'KLearningAid' pops up kvtml file items on the desktop. Using KWordQuiz or FlashKard, produce kvtml files and load them into Klaid. It will grab all complete n x m related items (e.g. "Question" and "Answer", or "Word A" and "Word B") and display them periodically as PopUps on the your desktop. It is like someone is sitting behind you making sure you know all the terms for your next exam or test while surfing the web, coding, or whatever.


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