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Keyboard Status Applet

   2.0  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 60%
Keyboard Status Applet
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  799
Submitted:  Nov 10 2009
Updated:  Nov 10 2009

Description:

A simple plasmoid that displays the keyboard/input-device state.

For example, it displays current state of:
* num lock status
* caps lock status
* scroll lock status
* And some others.

AUTHORS
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* Copyright (c) 2004 Gunnar Schmi Dt
* Copyright (c) 2008 Sebastian Sauer


* IMPORTANT:
* This plasmoid is NOT authored by me.
* Its not a part of KDE yet and thus many distros lack it as of now (Nov 09).
* I only wish it to be here for those who need it real bad,
* for accessibility reasons or otherwise.
* Source taken from Ubuntu\'s Karmic packages but is not dependent on Ubuntu in ANY way.

Install
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Extract the downloaded source file to a directory
Open Konsole and cd to that directory

mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ../
make
# if successful, do:
sudo make install
kbuildsycoca4

Other
=====
Ubuntu and OpenSUSE probably carry this in their repository already.




Changelog:

VERSION: plasmoid-kbstate-2.0~svn906377




LicenseGPL
Source(plasmoid-kbstate)
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 DataEngine?

 
 by einar77 on: Nov 10 2009
 
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Perhaps this should be modified to use the keystate DataEngine? Just a thought.


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 Re: DataEngine?

 
 by qwertymaniac on: Nov 10 2009
 
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I do not maintain this, nor do I have the skill required to work on it. Its in the KDE Playground iirc. Contact the dev about it perhaps? :)


Harsh J
http://www.harshj.com

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 Mandriva rpm

 
 by dglent on: Nov 11 2009
 
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Mandriva package 2010 i586
http://www.mandrivalinux.gr/rpm/2010.0/i586/plasma-applet-kbstate-2.0-1mgr2010.0.i586.rpm


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 Iconized View

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Nov 11 2009
 
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Compare to a kde3 panel applet of similar idea. When placed on the panel or size reduced similarly, this thing should have an iconized view. Right now, attempted scale to smaller sub-icon sizes fails.


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 Re: Iconized View

 
 by okichatan on: Feb 26 2010
 
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Agree - the default setup takes up a lot of panel space and removing unneeded indicators causes the remaining ones to unlarge to the point where the label/icon is hidden under the bottom of the monitor.
Sigh...


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 Re: Re: Iconized View

 
 by okichatan on: Jul 9 2010
 
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Nevermind...relogin to KDE corrected the indicator icon oversize problem.


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 Works but...

 
 by Montblanc on: Mar 1 2011
 
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Apart from resizing problems... it really looks AWFUL. I was looking for a nice and polished widget that integrates into the the traybar. Do we really have no other choice?


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 Re: Works but...

 
 by Montblanc on: Mar 1 2011
 
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Ok, I found something interesting: http://gitorious.org/keystate


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