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KEyes

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KEyes
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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  910
Submitted:  Jan 12 2007
Updated:  Oct 22 2008

Description:

KEyes is Adriaan de Groot's fault.

He made the mistake of asking for an XEyes-like utility based one the fine faces of the members of the KDE e.V. board, on a day I was bored.

KEyes henceforth happened.

It's an XEyes-like utility. It features KDE e.V. board members. It's so useless it's not even funny. It's also kind of creepy, especially if, like me, you sometimes have text editors open on code you definitely don't want Aaron J. Seigo ogling.


How to use:

1) Make sure you have Python, Qt 4 and PyQt 4 installed.
2) Unpack the KEyes archive somewhere.
3) Run KEyes.py.
4) Run screaming.


ETA: Yes, I know you want a Plasmoid of this. I want a Plasmoid of this. We all want a Plasmoid of this. And we'll all have it the moment the Python bindings for Plasma are released, I promise you.




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 Add TUX

 
 by zvonSully on: Jan 12 2007
 
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He will like it :P


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 Add Konqui

 
 by KumulaTeam on: Jan 12 2007
 
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I'd prefer Konqui, because it's the official KDE mascot.

But even more I'd like to see tackat as inofficial mascot... ;-)


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 javascript version

 
 by oever on: Jan 12 2007
 
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http://www.vandenoever.info/misc/keyes/


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 Oh

 
 by ris on: Jan 12 2007
 
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I'm so happy.


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 Hah!

 
 by ralesk on: Jan 13 2007
 
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You win :3 Very much :D


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 Awesome!

 
 by SSJ on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Hilarious stuff! You know, if you defined a straight line for each image that bisected the mouth, you could have the dudes speaking, South Park-style! Eventually, we could have an Akregator plugin that monitored planetkde.org and whenever aseigo (or whomever) posted a blog entry, their representative could wander on screen and "read" the summary to you!

A chilling vision of things to come :)


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 Re: Awesome!

 
 by Kraplax on: Oct 23 2008
 
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Heh, that'd be cool :)
though, the text-to-speech engines would be required :)
And this thingie (as plasmoid too) could be even configured to use RSS feed's avatar if there's no avatar distributed with it :P Though, the mouth line would be somewhat really tricky to implemet (unless, again, cusomizable by user)


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