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K3b
'K3b' is a CD and DVD burning application for GNU/Linux systems optimized for KDE. It provides a comfortable user interface to perform most CD/DVD burning tasks, such as creating an audio CD from a set of audio files or copying a CD. While the experienced user can influence all steps of the burning process, the beginner may find comfort in the automatic settings and the reasonable defaults which allow a quick start. The actual burning is done by the command line utilities cdrecord, cdrdao, and growisofs.
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.
KLibido
KLibido is a KDE usenet news grabber for GNU/Linux. Its features include:
  • Automatic joining of multi-part posts
  • Automatic decoding of posts, using the uudeview library (yEnc supported) or an internal decoder
  • Multiple servers support, with priorities and fallback if an article fails on a server and is present on another server
  • Queue balancing: KLibido spreads the bytes load across servers with the same priority
  • Multiple download threads per server support, with the ability to add or remove threads "on the fly"
  • Gracefully handles network errors, timeouts, disconnects and out-of-space errors
  • Acceptable (at least, by me :) memory usage (80-100 MB VMRss with several large groups open)
  • Filter articles by subject and state (read, unread, complete, incomplete)
  • Multi tabbed interface in IDEAl mode, to open multiple newsgroups at once
  • KParts interface for previewing posts (.nfo, images, etc...) inside the program
  • .nzb support
  • Download queue management: Pause (and resume) the queue Pause (and resume) the single posts Drag and drop the items around to change the download order Cancel download Lists of finished and failed items Granularity, with the ability to see the progress/status of the whole post and of the single articles of the post The progress of the download is saved and survives program exits/crashes
KLinkStatus
KLinkStatus is a KDE link checker. It can be run as a standalone application or be embedded inside another application. It supports HTTP, FTP, SSH (fish or SFTP), and file protocols, proxies, authentication, the HTML 4.0 and HTTP 1.1 standards, server-side includes, regular expressions for restrict which URLs are searched, the display of link results as they are checked, a tree-like view that reflects the file structure of the documents, a flat view, the ability to limit the search depth, and more.
KMAGO
KMAGO (MAnager of Get Operations) is a KDE-based download manager. It features drag and drop operations, group management of transfers, control of multiple downloads with priority and selectable priority policy, resume capability check, full configurability, and the ability to choose different programs for use as a downloading backend.
KMail
KMail is a fully-featured email client that fits nicely into KDE. It has features such as support for powerful filters, PGP/GnuPG privacy, inline attachments, drag and drop support of messages and attachments, and support for multiple POP3 and IMAP accounts.
KMess
KMess is an MSN Messenger compatible chat client for KDE, with support for almost all MSN features (except video/voice), including full font, font color, and emoticon support with an original emoticon theme, file transfer, and a great look and feel. Its emphasis is on contact-by-contact configurability (including specifying contact pictures and sounds to be used when a contact logs on or off or in a chat).
KMol
KMol calculates the elemental compositon and molecular weight of compounds from their chemical formula. KMol supports user defined groups and elements, unlimited nesting of subgroups, multicomponent compounds, global and per-user symbol definitions.
KMyMoney
KMyMoney is a personal finance application similar to Microsoft Money.
KNewMail
KNewMail is a KDE app designed to check POP3 mail servers for waiting mail, then return the headers. It can either check the servers at preset intervals, or only when forced. KNewMail will notify you by popup message, sound, and/or the header list. It also supports simple mail filtering. You can delete mail before downloading. Note that as per the developer the package has been completely rewritten since v. 4.0, and not all the features in the old version have been reimplemented in the new version.
KOffice
KOffice was a free and open source office suite and graphics suite by KDE for Unix-like systems and Windows. KOffice contains a word processor (KWord), a spreadsheet (KSpread), a presentation program (KPresenter), and a number of other components that varied over the course of KOffice’s development. After development began in 1997, two major versions of KOffice were released: Version 1.0 in 2000 and 2.0 in 2009. Following internal conflicts, the majority of KOffice developers split off in 2010 – resulting in the creation of Calligra Suite. Two years later, in September 2012, the KOffice.org website went offline.
KPodder
KPodder is a simple configuration frontend for the BashPodder tool, which can be used to collect podcasts from across the Web. After selecting feeds and choosing when and where you want them saved, it will collect the files for you. It also features an option for checking feeds immediately.
KPreg
Links and maintainer email broken. Homepage changed to archive.org entry. Poppy-one (talk) 14:57, 6 August 2018 (EDT) KPreg simplifies completing Web forms and other programs. It provides an interface to enter commonly required data, such as name, email, address, etc. One mouse click copies any item in the text list to the clipboard so it can be pasted into any form or application. You can also iconize and color code various types of information. KPreg can dock in the panel for easy access (in KDE).
KShowmail
'kShowmail' is a KDE tool for watching for email on POP3 servers. It displays headers and complete email messages can be displayed, and deletes email without downloading. The heaader fields detect known spam by header fields, and marked email messages can be deleted automatically. The information can be refreshed via timers, and 'kShowmail' can be played when new email arrives. External programs like fetchmail/sendmail can be called via configurable menu entries or if new mail arrives. Spam complaints can also be sent via configurable menus.
KShutDown
KShutDown is an advanced shutdown utility for KDE. It has four main commands: Turn Off Computer (logout and halt the system), Restart Computer (logout and reboot the system), Lock Session (lock the screen using a screen saver), and End Current Session (end the session and logout the user). It features time and delay options, command line support, panel applet, and sounds.
KSquirrel
KSquirrel is an image viewer for KDE with disk navigator, file tree, thumbnails, extended thumbnails, dynamic format support, DCOP interface and tools to resize, rotate, convert, colorize and print images (since 0.6.0-pre7).A lack of dynamic support of formats is a big minus for programs of a similar sort. Any person, possessing the certain knowledge of any format of the image and language C++, should have an opportunity to add support of the favourite format by himself. For these purposes the set of dynamically loaded codecs was created - ksquirrel-libs. KSquirrel loads these codecs from the directory /usr/lib/ksquirrel-libs and uses it for decoding images. Support of formats completely dynamic. It means, that it is possible not only to change contents of the directory /usr/lib/ksquirrel-libs, adding (or deleting) the libraries, but also to do it directly during work. If the corresponding option in options is checked, KSquirrel will inform you on what libraries have just been added or removed.
KSquirrel-libs
ksquirrel-libs is a set of codecs for the KSquirrel image viewer. It supports dozens of image formats. Including: Windows bitmaps (.bmp), Compuserve GIF (static, animated), Windows icons (.ico), JPEG, JPEG2000, ZSoft PCX, Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg), Windows Metafile (.wmf), Portable Network Graphics, Portable Any Map (.pnm, .ppm, .pgm, .pbm), Sun Raster File (.ras), SGI, Targa (.tga), Tagged Image File Format, X Bitmaps (.xbm), X Pixmaps (.xpm), OpenEXR (.exr), PIX, SUN Icons, X Window Dump (.xwd), Photoshop PSD (RGB, CMYK, Greyscale, Indexed), FLI Animation, X cursors (static, animated), Wireless Bitmap, Photos from different cameras (CRW), Quake2 texture (.wal), HalfLife model (.mdl),* Commodore 64 KOALA (.koa), Dr. Halo CUT, Radiance HDR image (.hdr), Scitex CT, Homeworld LIF, MTV Ray tracer, AVS X, RAWRGB (internal, simple 24 or 32-bit format).
KTouch
KTouch is a tough typing program that currently supports English, German, Norwegian, Latin American, Portugese and French keyboards.
KTranslator
KTranslator is a dictionary application for KDE. It should support any language and come with a plugin system to ease the addition of new dictionaries. It is designed to be able to translate a word without disturbing the application in use. When a user selects a word while pressing CTRL key, KTranslator will try to translate the word and show the result in a popup window in a manner similar to Babylon for Windows.
KWappen
KWappen is a colorful KDE3 board game. The goal of the game is to eliminate the game tiles as quickly as possible. The game is solved if every column has one tile or no tiles. The game is not a clone of any other board game, and the rules of the game are entirely unique. KWappen requires a screen resolution that at least as large as 1024x768 pixels.
KWebWatch
'KWebWatch' is a small utility that monitors Web pages, looking for changes. It can also act as a launching pad for viewing URLs in a browser.
KWrite
'KWrite' is a simple text editor, with syntax highlighting, codefolding, dynamic word wrap and more, it's the lightweight version of Kate, providing more speed for minor tasks. It ships per default with KDEBASE package.
Kalculator
Kalculator for KDE is a simple GUI calculator for evaluating math expressions in the KDE GNU/Linux environment. You can a pick specific function from the tool-window or type it directly. Also, there is history of entered expressions as well as hex support.
Kalsamix
'kalsamix' (formerly kamix) is a mixer for KDE and ALSA, with more features than kmix (or at least with more than kmix had when kamix was started). It supports channel splitting, levels storing/restoring, sync with external ALSA events, correct handling of "enumerated" elements, and selective item hiding/showing.
Karchiver
'kArchiver' is a utility for working with compressed files. Users can create tar.gz, tar.bz2, .zip, and other files, as well as add, remove, or view files with a multiselection window. Its interface merges with konqueror, so users can view and extract all archives within the file manager. Right-clicking on an archive allows you to extract archives in background. The program also converts files between .tar.gz and .tar.bz2, provides an automatic splitter/unsplitter to fit a file onto a set of floppies, and includes wizards that help users compile and install software through kArchiver's interface. Please note that there are separate versions of kArchiver for KDE 1.x and 2.x, and they are *not* compatible.
Kbiff
KBiff new mail notification utility. It is highly configurable but very easy to use and setup. It tries to combine the best of the features of most of the "other" biff programs out there. KBiff supports all major mailbox formats: mbox (Berkeley style), maildir, mh, POP3, IMAP4, and NNTP. KBiff is part of the KDE project; this means it has support for session managment (it "remembers" the last state it was in before you logged off) and can be docked into the panel. It has also been translated into several different languages.
Kde
KDE is an international free software community producing an integrated set of cross-platform applications. It is known for its Plasma Desktop, a desktop environment provided as the default working environment on many Linux distributions, such as openSUSE, Mageia and Kubuntu and is default desktop environment on PC-BSD, a BSD operating system. KDE manages over 6 million lines of code. This does not include Qt. More than 1800 contributors help develop KDE. About 20 new developers contribute their first code each month. KDE is translated in over 108 languages. KDE has more than 114 official FTP mirrors in over 34 countries. The KDE community is the second largest Free Software community behind the Linux kernel community.
Kdissert
* 'kdissert' is now 'semantik' kdissert is a mind-mapping tool to help students write texts such as dissertations, theses, and reports. It features both a mindmap view and a linear view, and several document generators (LaTeX text and slides, OpenOffice.org writer, HTML, and plain text).
Kexi
KEXI is a visual database application builder tool by KDE, designed to fill the gap between spreadsheets and database solutions requiring more sophisticated development. KEXI can be used for designing and implementing databases, data inserting and processing, and performing queries.
KildClient
KildClient is a MUD client written with the GTK+ windowing toolkit. It supports many common features of other clients, such as triggers, gags, aliases, macros, timers, and much more. But its main feature is the built-in Perl interpreter. At any moment, the user can execute Perl statements and functions to do things much more powerful than simply sending text the the MUD. Perl statements can also be run, for example, as the action of a trigger, allowing you to do complex things.
Kinkatta
Kinkatta is an AOL instant messenger for KDE. Kinkatta contains all common instant messenger features such as logging, aliases, chat rooms, proxys, auto-away, pounce, last on, idle, per-buddy audio configuration, and complete chat window configuration. It was formerly known as 'kaim.'
Kkeyled
KKeyled is a KDE panel tray widget which displays the LED states of the keyboard (ie. Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock). It is particularly useful for wireless keyboards without LEDs, and can be used to set the LED states of the keyboard as well.
Klear
Klear is a KDE-based TV viewer for DVB. It includes internal tuners for DVB-S, -T, and -C. It is also able to record video streams in live- and scheduled-mode as MPEG TS and MPEG PS. It shows OSD information, takes snapshots, deinterlaces the video stream, and more. Features include:
  • DVB Playback
  • Internal (and player-independant) Tuner for DVB-T, DVB-C and DVB-S
  • Timeshifting with 'save-back capability'
  • full featured scheduled recording
  • live-recording system
  • EPG
  • OSD system
  • nifty GUI with fullscreen and minimal mode
  • screenshot capability with different formats
  • integrated deinterlacing filters
  • Audio-muting and integrated soft-mixer
  • complete graphical configuration system
  • KDE kicker integration
  • recording formats: MPEG TS (raw) and MPEG PES (realtime conversion)
  • free keybindings for hotkeys
Klicklack
Klicklack is a plugin-based dictionary application for KDE. As both the user interface and the dictionary access are implemented in plugins, it allows you to use the advantages of several already available similar applications and offers you choice and flexibiliy. Plugins based on KSteak and KQuick as well as an OCR plugin based on gocr are included.
Knetfilter
Knetfilter is a KDE frontend to iptables. It is used with Linux 2.4 to manage the functionality of netfilter. Knetfilter lets you set up most common firewall configurations, as well as perform more sophisticated management of a complex firewall. It is also possible to use an integrated interface to tcpdump and nmap.
Knoda
Knoda is a KDE database-frontend for DBase, Firebird, MS Access, MySQL, Paradox, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and ODBC. Besides tables, views, and queries, it also handles forms and reports, which are scriptable via Python.
KolourPaint
'KolourPaint' is an easy-to-use paint program for KDE. Features include undo/redo, more than a dozen tools, selections, transparent image editing and zoom support (with an optional grid and thumbnail).
Komics
'Komics' is a panel applet for the K Desktop Environment. It gets comics strips from the Web, informs the user when they are ready, automatically opens them, and optionally stores them on disk.
Konqueror
Konqueror is the KDE file manager, browser, and viewing application. It is part of the kdebase distribution, so resources and download information for Konqueror can also be found on the KDE Web site (http://www.kde.org). It is HTML 4.0 compliant, and supports Javascript, bidirectional scripts, SSL, almost all of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) 1 and most of CSS 2, and can house Java applets. As a file manager, it can display files in either tree or icon view, allows copying/moving/deleting by either drag-and-drop or cut/paste/delete, and provdes file properties and the ability to change file attributes. It automatically updates directories or deletes files without the user having to refresh or reload the directory. Konqueror can also view many different file types. It uses components (parts) to view various types of files; this functionality is not within Konqueror itself. This means that if you want to view a file that cannot already be viewed by a preexisting part, all you have to do is write such a part; there's no need to modify Konqueror itself.
Konserve
'konserve' is a small backup application for KDE 3. It lives in the system tray and can periodically create backups of several directories or files. Konserve uses standard KDE network transparency to upload your backups to wherever you want. You can also restore a incidentally-deleted file or directory from a backup file with just one mouse click.
Konstruct
'Konstruct' is a build system for installing KDE releases and applications on your system. It downloads defined source tarballs, checks their integrity, decompresses, patches, configures, builds, and installs them. A complete KDE installation should be as easy as "cd meta/kde; make install". Optionally, you can install additional applications like KOffice or KDevelop (for example, "cd apps/office/koffice; make install").
Kpasman
'kpasman' is a small password manager for the K Desktop Environment, influenced greatly by `gpasman.` Following the file format of gpasman, you can open and save the rc2-encrypted data files from either program transparently. Other features inclde docking, the ability to hide or show the password column, and the ability to lock the program when you leave your desk.
Kperfmeter
kperfmeter is a simple performance statistics monitor for KDE in the style of perfmeter. It uses libgtop, so it can be compiled for other unices supporting libgtop as well.
Kpl
Kpl is a program for two- and three-dimensional graphical presentation of data sets and functions. It performs multidimensional nonlinear parameter fits of functions to data sets using the Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm; general linear least square parameter fits are also possible. Other applications and scripts can control Kpl through a D-BUS interface. All presentation settings may be saved in plot files. Both plot and data files may be chosen by command line parameters, through the File menu, or by drag and drop. The program supports automatic scaling and normalization as well as automatic parameter fits. Presentation settings can be changed using the Edit menu. Additional data sets and functions can be displayed in the either the same or a different data window.
Kpoker
KPoker is a KDE-compilant clone of those highly addictive pocket video poker games which are sometimes called "Videopoker".
Krita
Krita is a digital painting application for creating art from start to finish, suitable for concept art, texture, matte painting, illustrations and comics. Krita is primarily designed for free-hand drawing purpose. It has an extensive, highly-customizable brush engine and a sophisticated layer system. It allows non-destructive image editing through transparency / transformation / filter masks. It supports raster graphics, SVG vector graphics and frame-based animation. The application supports full color management and it can handle HDR image editing and proofing. It has an intuitive, non-intrusive UI design. It is optimized for multi-core CPUs and uses OpenGL for canvas acceleration and display enhancements. Krita is a cross-platform application. It supports Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. Krita is written in C++, based on KDE Framworks and Qt, supports Python scripting extensions.
Krusader
Krusader is an advanced twin panel (commander style) file manager for KDE and other desktops in the *nix world, similar to Midnight or Total Commander. It provides all the file management features you could possibly want. Plus: extensive archive handling, mounted filesystem support, FTP, advanced search module, viewer/editor, directory synchronisation, file content comparisons, powerful batch renaming and much much more. It supports the following archive formats: tar, zip, bzip2, gzip, rar, ace, arj, lha and rpm and can handle other KIOSlaves such as smb:// or fish:// It is (almost) completely customizable, very user friendly, fast and looks great on your desktop. 'krusader' is even GNOME aware: if the KDE libraries are installed on a Gnome-running system, Krusader will work and integrate with the Gnome drag n' drop system.
Kstars
KStars is a graphical desktop planetarium. It plots the positions of stars, constellations, star clusters, nebulae, galaxies and planets in the night sky for any date, from any location on Earth. The display can be panned and zoomed, and it can even identify and track objects as they move across the sky. KStars is highly configurable, you can control what objects are displayed, and with what colors. Images of any part of the sky can be downloaded from online databases. Our plan is to make KStars an interactive tool for learning about astronomy and the night sky.
Ktexmaker2
* 'Ktexmaker' renamed to 'texmaker' Ktexmaker2 is a LaTeX source editor and TeX shell for KDE2. The principal LaTeX tags can be inserted directly with menus. LaTeX-related programs can be launched launched automatically with menus or manually via the "TeX Terminal" (a special xterm session).
Kuartet Desktop
The Kuartet Desktop project aims to create a visually appealing, easy to use desktop built upon KDE. It consists of a library written around Superkaramba that makes it easy to write desktop applets that are integrated within a centralized desktop theme, a set of very usable desktop applets, and graphical configuration tools. The main desktop applet is the Kuartet Manager, which provides quick access to documents, applications, bookmarks, etc.
Kwave
'Kwave' is a 24-bit sound editor that allows simple operations, such as cut, copy, and paste. Some more effect functions with little complexity (Simple Filtering, Delay) are also implemented. More sophisticated analysis functions (spectrograms, sonagrams, pitch determination) are underway or partially done.
Kwavencoder
* 'kwavencoder' renamed to 'audiokonverter' 'kwavencoder' is a small utility to easily generate an Ogg, MP3, or FLAC out of a WAV file in Konqueror by right-clicking on it. The reverse is also possible. The package consists of various shell scripts and some Konqueror service menus.
Manslide
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Manslide is a tool for generating slideshows. It supports 3D special effects and is very simple to use.
Marble
Marble offers different kind of beautiful and useful map views of the Earth including OpenStreetMap. It can also search for place names and suggest routes.
Maxemum TV-Guide
Maxemum TV-Guide is a KDE TV guide. It features an easy-to-use user interface, quick channel(s)-only selection, descriptions, automatic hiding, favourite show highlighting, real-time updates with colour encoded time, automatic grabbing of TV listings, a popup window alerting the user when favourite show starts, execution of an external command upon user alerts, and more.
Openbaar
Openbaar is a window based client for the Multimedia Retrieval Markup Language (MRML), specifically for requesting images from servers implementing the Gnu Image Finding Tool ( GIFT) for content based image retrieval (CBIR). The program aims at using viewing times of images to determine their relevance values for query by example (QBE). The viewing times are obtained using eye-tracking or the mouse focus.
Pac manager
PAC Manager is a secure connection manager with automatiions, which make it good GNU/Linux and free software replacement for SecureCRT and Putty. Some features include:
  • Simple GUI to manage/launch connections to remote machines.
  • Scripting possibilities, 'ala' SecureCRT
  • Configurable Pre
Pgcalc
PG Calculator is a scientific calculator which offers a customizable user interface and looks like a real calculator on the user's desktop. It works in RPN mode. It recognizes real and complex numbers and allows vectors manipulations. There are 120 recognized units of measurement; pgcalc can convert between any of them. It also enables number inputing in binary, octal, hexadecimal, and exponential formats. It has 80 built-in functions.
Rekall
'Rekall' is a database front-end, a tool to extract, display and update database data. It is database agnostic, and does not have any preferred database. Users can design and use forms and reports, construct database queries, import and export data, and create reusable components to reduce application development time. Rekall can be scripted using Python; a script can be executed when various events occur. Scripts can be associated directly with the event, but they can also stored in script modules for general use. Users also have full access to all Python modules. 'Rekall' also has an integrated Python debugger with syntax highlighting.
Scim
'scim' is an input method platform based upon scim-lib that has been optimized for KDE. It provides a GUI panel (named scim-panel-kde), a KConfig config module, and SetupUIs for itself and scim-lib. It also has its own plugin system, which supports on-demand loadable actions.
Smb4k
Smb4K is a SMB and CIFS (Windows) share browser for KDE. It uses the Samba software suite to access the SMB and CIFS shares of the local network neighborhood. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.
SuperKaramba
A tool which displays interactive desktop eye-candy in KDE.
TabLaunch
TabLaunch is a simple and lightweight but cool-looking X application launch bar based on YeahLaunch. It displays a user-specified list of applications as tabs along the top of the screen. The user can specify an x coordinate offset to position the launch bar or right-align it. The launch bar becomes hidden after a specified delay. Each tab can be displayed as text or an icon. Tabs are enlarged or zoomed-in when the mouse is over a tab. Imlib or Imlib2 can be used to show and enlarge icons.
Tellico
'Tellico' is a collection manager for KDE. It includes default collections for books, bibliographies, comic books, videos, music, coins, stamps, trading cards, and wines. It also supports custom collections and unlimited user-defined fields. Filters can limit the visible entries by definable criteria. Fully customizable printing is possible through editing the default XSLT file. Tellico can import CSV, Bibtex, Bibtexml, RIS, and MODS and export CSV, HTML, Bibtex, Bibtexml, and PilotDB. Entries may also be imported directly from Amazon.com, imdb.com, or any z39.50 bibliographic server.
Umbrello
Umbrello UML Modeller is a Unified Modelling Language diagram editor for KDE. It can create diagrams of software and other systems in the industry-standard UML format, and can also generate code from UML diagrams in a variety of programming languages. This package is part of the KDE Software Development Kit module.
Wordstatix
WordStatix is a free and multiplatform software useful to create concordances, that are lists of the words used within a document, possibly structured in chapters, numbers or in any another way, along with their recurrence and context. The software allows to track specific words by prefix or suffix, to skip those which are meaningless (like articles or prepositions) and to create a simple statistic of the recurrence of single words within the different sections of the document. This software can be used by professionals to analize books and documents, but also by every person who writes some text, to evaluate the extent of his or her vocabulary and the way in which he or she uses the various words.


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