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KDE System Tool

Score 71%



Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  2958
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  Mar 27 2005


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 aswell.

Cooperates with KlineakConf


0.8.10 => 0.8.11
-26.3.2005 - fixed startup with session manager
- fixed lost focus managament
- fixed make window show at second instance start
- added russian translation thanks to Alexey Kouznetsov
- build version 0.8.11
-23.3.2005 - correct the window for kkelyed if sessionmanagement restores kkeyled
- make kkeyled window to disapear it lost focus
0.8.9 => 0.8.10
-05.3.2005 - better handling for relative paths implemented
- ported to kdevelop 3.1.x as IDE for kkeyled
- added 2 contributed icon themes
- changed version to 0.8.10
-17.6.2004 - bugfix correct the visibility of the led's at startup
0.8.8 => 0.8.9
-19.2.2004 - add ability to change the interlocking via dcop
- fixed infinit movie loop when changing animated icons in panel
0.8.6 => 0.8.8
-18.2.2004 - fixed a compile problem with SuSE 8.2
-16.2.2004 - fixed problems with qt QMovie class by using mng files with workaround
- fixed dcop interface
- fixed some spelling german errors
- changed project to kdevelop 3.0
- build version 0.8.7

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 I dont understand

 by Eichi on: Mar 12 2005
Score 50%

This app looks very cute
but I dont understand what can I do with it?!?
Only show the status of the lights?
I can see them allways on the keyboard ;D
Can you tell me, why and how you use it?!?

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 Re: I dont understand

 by Lenz on: Mar 12 2005
Score 50%


There are keyboards which don't have these lights, e.g. small keyboards or laptop keyboards. So this app is great for users with such a keyboard.

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 Re: Re: I dont understand

 by fab on: Mar 12 2005
Score 50%

My Logitech Internet keyboard is missing these leds. I use kkeyled for my pc at home.

Thanks for this nifty tool!



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 Re: I dont understand

 by ruurd on: Mar 12 2005
Score 50%

Some keyboards don't have them, and some people aren't looking at them. I find it handy that it can play a sound when I accidentily use the CAPS key when I should not.

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 hd light ?

 by screemo on: Mar 12 2005
Score 50%

I know this might seem a little out of topic, but it would be cool to have the tray showing the activity(=blinking) of the harddrive... When i have my laptop in the dock there unfortunately no way to see if the harddrive is actually doing anything.

Just an idea...

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 Great app!

 by toth on: Mar 28 2005
Score 50%

I use my debian desktop system with a wireless multimedia keyboard. There are no leds on it. Thanks for the great app!


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 Source Code

 by neversfelde on: Feb 22 2006
Score 50%

I'd like to get the source code in order to build a debian package.

In the past I got it from the procet's homepage, but now it is down.

I always liked this app very much and I want to use it in the future.

Any Chance?

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 Re: Source Code

 by Boiler on: Apr 18 2007
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This is a link to sources in kkeyled-0.8.11.tar.gz file.

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