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Module kdeaccessibility

kmag

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Name: Kmag (KMagnifier)

Description:

KMagnifier (or kmag, its unix name) is a small utility for Linux to magnify a part of the screen. It was initially written for KDE 1, before becoming dormant. The development was then picked up by me and KMagnifier got its new life. It is currently being maintained/developed actively. KMagnifier is very useful for people with visual disabilities and for those working in the fields of image analysis, web development etc.

Features (optional):

Homepage: http://kmag.sourceforge.net/

ID on kde-apps.org:

Page on Userbase:

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:

Link to handbook: http://kmag.sourceforge.net/doc.html

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kmousetool

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Name: KMouseTool

Description: KMouseTool is a Linux-based KDE program. It clicks the mouse for you, so you don't have to. KMouseTool works with any mouse or pointing device.

Features:

Clicking
Dragging 

Homepage: http://accessibility.kde.org/aids/kmousetool.php

ID on kde-apps.org:

Page on Userbase: http://accessibility.kde.org/aids/kmousetool.php

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:

Link to handbook:

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kmouth

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Name: KMouth

Description: [can be HTML or wiki markup]

KMouth is a program which enables persons that cannot speak to let their computer speak, e.g. mutal people or people who have lost their voice. It has a text input field and speaks the sentences that you enter. It also has support for user defined phrasebooks.

Features (optional):

Homepage: http://www.schmi-dt.de/kmouth/index.en.html

ID on kde-apps.org: none

Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Kmouth [empty]

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 22

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeaccessibility/kmouth/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kde-accessibility

Mailing lists: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-accesibility

Project name on cia.vc: kde/kmouth

Bugzilla component:

ktts

Screenshot sent: Name:KTTS

Description: KTTS -- KDE Text-to-Speech -- is a subsystem within the KDE desktop for conversion of text to audible speech. KTTS is currently under development and aims to become the standard subsystem for all KDE applications to provide speech output.

User Features:

   Speak any text from the KDE clipboard.
   Speak any plain text file.
   Speak all or any portion of a text file from Kate, including instances where Kate is embedded in another KDE application.
   Speak all or any portion of an HTML page from Konqueror.
   Use as the speech backend for KMouth and KSayIt.
   Speak KDE notifications (KNotify).
   Long text is parsed into sentences. User may backup by sentence or paragraph, replay, pause, and stop playing.
   Audio output via aRts, GStreamer (version 0.8.7 or later), or aKode.
   User-configurable filters for substituting misspoken words, choosing speech synthesizers, and transforming XHMTL/XML documents.

Programmer Features

   Priority system for screen reader outputs, warnings and messages, while still playing regular texts.
   Plugin-based architecture for support of a wide variety of speech synthesis engines and drivers.
   Permit generation of speech from the command line (or via shell scripts) using the KDE DCOP utilities.
   Provide a lightweight and easily usable interface for applications to generate speech output.
   Applications need not be concerned about contention over the speech device.
   FUTURE: Provide support for speech markup languages, such as VoiceXML, Sable, Java Speech Markup Language (JSML), and Speech Markup Meta-language (SMML).
   FUTURE: Provide limited support for embedded speech markers.
   Asynchronous to prevent system blocking.

Homepage: http://accessibility.kde.org/developer/kttsd/

ID on kde-apps.org: 18806

Page on Userbase: http://accessibility.kde.org/developer/kttsd/

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdeaccessibility/kttsd/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kde-accessibility

Mailing lists: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-accessibility

Project name on cia.vc:

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Module kdeadmin

kcron

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Name: KCron


Description:

A System Settings module for scheduling and running programs in the background using the UNIX cron service.

Features:

Create and modify tasks and programs
Maintain Personal and System crontabs
Create and maintain Environment Variables
Save and Print crontabs

Homepage: None


ID on kde-apps.org:


Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KCron


ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:


Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeadmin/kcron/requirements.html (Broken)


IRC channel(s): None


Mailing lists: None


Project name on cia.vc: kde/kcron


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kdat

knetworkconf

ksystemlog

ksysv

kuser

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Name: Kuser

Description: KUser is a tool that helps the system adminstrator to manage the system's users and groups.

Features (optional):

  • User and group creation and edition
  • Easy password and group management for each user

Homepage: No

ID on kde-apps.org: No

Page on Userbase: KUser

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: No

Link to handbook: The KUser handbook

IRC channel(s): No

Mailing lists: No

Project name on cia.vc: kuser

Bugzilla component:

Module kdebase

dolphin

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Screenshot of Dolphin

Name: Dolphin

Description: (can be HTML or wiki markup)

Dolphin is a lightweight file manager part of the KDE Software Collection of applications. It has been designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind, while still allowing flexibility and customisation. This means that you can do your file management exactly the way you want to do it.

Features (optional):

  • Navigation Bar

Dolphin features a navigation (or breadcrumb) bar for URLs, allowing you to quickly navigate through the hierarchy of files and folders.

  • View Styles and Properties

Dolphin supports several different kinds of view styles and properties and allows you to configure the view exactly how you want it.

  • Split Views

Dolphin supports a split view, allowing you to easily copy or move files between locations.

  • Dockable Panels

Additional information and shortcuts are available as dock-able panels, allowing you to move them around freely and display exactly what you want.

  • Other features:
    • Multiple tab support
    • Informational dialogues are displayed in an unobtrusive way.
    • Undo/redo support
    • Transparent network access through the KIO system.

Homepage: http://dolphin.kde.org

ID on kde-apps.org: n/a

Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Dolphin

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 66 (Workspace forum)

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdebase-apps/dolphin/index.html

IRC channel(s):

Mailing lists:

Project name on cia.vc: http://cia.vc/stats/project/kde/dolphin

Bugzilla component: dolphin

kappfinder

kdepasswd

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KDE password changer


Name: kdepasswd
Description: kdepasswd is a graphical tool to change the password of the current user, similar to the command-line tool passwd.
Features (optional):
ID on kde-apps.org: No
Page on Userbase: No
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: No
Link to handbook: No
IRC channel(s): No
Mailing lists: No
Project name on cia.vc: No
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kdialog

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Name: Kdialog
Description: [can be HTML or wiki markup]

Kdialog allows you to display dialog boxes from shell scripts. The syntax is very much inspired from the "dialog" command (which shows text mode dialogs).


Features (optional):

Homepage:
ID on kde-apps.org: [none]
Page on Userbase: [empty]
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 108
Link to handbook: http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Shell_Scripting_with_KDE_Dialogs
IRC channel(s):
Mailing lists:
Project name on cia.vc:
Bugzilla component: general

keditbookmarks

kfind

kinfocenter

konqueror

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Name: Konqueror
Description: Konqueror is KDE's Webbrowser and swiss-army-knife for any kind of file-management and file previewing.
Features (optional):
Webbrowsing using KHTML or KDEWebKit as rendering engines
File management using most of Dolphin's features (including version-control, service menus and the basic UI)
File management on ftp and sftp servers
Full featured FTP-client (you can split views to display local and remote folders and previews in the same window)
Embedded applications to preview and edit files (e.g. Okular and KOffice for documents, Gwenview for pictures, KTextEditor for text-files)
Different kinds of plugins: Service-menus, KParts (embedded applications), KIO (accessing files using special protocols like http or ftp) and KPart-plugins (like AdBlocker...)

Homepage: www.konqueror.org

ID on kde-apps.org: 
Page on Userbase: Konqueror
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 18, 66
Link to handbook: 
IRC channel(s): 
Mailing lists: [email protected]
Project name on cia.vc: konqueror
Bugzilla component: konqueror

konsole

Screenshot sent: no Name: Konsole Description: Konsole is a terminal emulator. Features (optional): Tabs Multiple profiles Silence and Activity monitoring Bookmark support Searching Saving output Homepage: [1]

ID on kde-apps.org: No
Page on Userbase: [2]
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: No
Link to handbook: The Konsole Handbook
IRC channel(s): 
Mailing lists: [email protected]
Project name on cia.vc: konsole
Bugzilla component: konsole

kwrite

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KWrite, KDE's text editor

Name: KWrite
Description: KWrite is a text editor for KDE, based on the Kate's editor component.
Features (optional):

  • Syntax highlighting according to the file type
  • Word completion
  • Auto-identation
  • Plugin support
  • Vi input mode

Homepage: About KWrite | Kate
ID on kde-apps.org: 9901
Page on Userbase: KWrite
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: No
Link to handbook: The KWrite Handbook
IRC channel(s): [email protected]
Mailing lists: KWrite-Devel Info Page
Project name on cia.vc: kwrite (probably not active)
Bugzilla component:

Module kdeedu

blinken

cantor

Name: Cantor

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Description:

Cantor is a front-end to powerful mathematics and statistics packages. Cantor integrates them into into the KDE Platform and provides a nice, worksheet-based, graphical user interface.

Features:

  • Support for four different environments (Maxima, R, SAGE, KAlgebra)
  • Possibility to retrieve and share worksheets through Get Hot New Stuff
  • Integration of the selected environment's help in the user interface

Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/cantor

ID on kde-apps.org: none

Page on Userbase: [empty]

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdeedu/cantor/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kde-edu

Mailing lists: [email protected]

Project name on cia.vc: kde/cantor

Bugzilla component: cantor


kalgebra

kalzium

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Name: Kalzium
Description: Kalzium is your digital replacement for the periodic table on paper. Is a program that visualizes the Periodic Table of Elements (PSE) and includes basic information about all common elements in the PSE. It has a gained much more functions over time. It has the following features:

  • versatile overview of all important data from the elements like melting points, electron affinity, electron negativity, electron configuration, radii, mass, ionisation energy
  • tool to visualize the spectral lines of each elements
  • different colored views to the PSE: separation of the different blocks, Year simulator, Temperature simulator
  • Molecular weight calculator
  • an Isotopetable
  • a 3D molecule editor, with a load and save functionality
  • a equation solver for stoichiometric problems
  • filetype conversion for different types of chemical programs
  • tool to produce a comprehesive list of all Risk_and_Safety_Statements

Features (optional):
Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/kalzium/
ID on kde-apps.org: 11224
Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Applications/Education#Science
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:
Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/kalzium/
IRC channel(s): #kalzium or #kde-edu
Mailing lists: [email protected]
Project name on cia.vc: KDE/Kalzium
Bugzilla component: kalzium

kanagram

kbruch

kgeography

khangman

kig

kiten

klettres

kmplot

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Name: KmPlot

Description:

KmPlot is a program to draw graphs, theit integrals or their derivations. It supports different systems of coordinates like the carthesic or the polar system. The graphs can be colorized and the view is scalable, so that you are able to zoom to the level you need.

Features (optional): please add features-section

Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/

ID on kde-apps.org: none

Page on Userbase: http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/kmplot/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kde-edu

Mailing lists: [email protected]

Project name on cia.vc: kde/kmplot

Bugzilla component: kmplot

kstars

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Name: KStars

Description: [can be HTML or wiki markup]

KStars is a Desktop Planetarium for KDE. It provides an accurate graphical simulation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. The display includes upto 100 million stars, 13,000 deep-sky objects,all 8 planets, the Sun and Moon, and thousands of comets and asteroids.

Features (optional):

Catalogs:

  • Default catalog consisting of stars to magnitude 8
  • Extra catalogs consisting of 100 million stars to magnitude 16
  • Downloadable catalogs including Messier Images, Abell Planetary Nebulae
  • Corrections for precession, nutation and atmospheric refraction
  • Tools for retrieval of data from Online Databases
  • Scriptable actions using D-Bus
  • Integration with INDI provides support for a wide range of instruments

Features for Educators and Students:

  • Adjustable simulation speed in order to view phenomena that happen over long timescales
  • KStars Astrocalculator to access some of the internal calculations of KStars, and also to predict conjunctions etc
  • Astroinfo project to help facilitate learning with the aid of KStars
  • Internet links for further information / pictures of objects

Features for Amateur Astronomers:

  • Observing List tool to plan observations
  • FOV Editor helps calculate field of view of equipment and display them
  • Obtain AAVSO light curves for variable stars
  • What's up tonight tool
  • Altitude vs Time tool
  • Sky Calendar tool

Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/kstars/

ID on kde-apps.org: 9862

Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/KStars

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/kstars/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kde-edu

Mailing lists: [email protected], [email protected]

Project name on cia.vc: KDE/kstars

Bugzilla component:

ktouch

kturtle

kwordquiz

marble

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Marble Virtual Globe


Name: Marble
Description: (can be HTML or wiki markup)

Marble is a Virtual Globe and World Atlas that you can use to learn more about Earth: You can pan and zoom around and you can look up places and roads. A mouse click on a place label will provide the respective Wikipedia article.

Of course it's also possible to measure distances between locations or watch the current cloud cover. Marble offers different thematic maps: A classroom-style topographic map, a satellite view, street map, earth at night and temperature and precipitation maps. All maps include a custom map key, so it can also be used as an educational tool for use in class-rooms. For educational purposes you can also change date and time and watch how the starry sky and the twilight zone on the map change.

In opposite to other virtual globes Marble also features multiple projections: Choose between a Flat Map ("Plate carré"), Mercator or the Globe.

The best of all: Marble is Free Software / Open Source Software and promotes the usage of free maps. And it's available for all major operating systems (Linux/Unix, MS Windows and Mac OS X).

Features (optional):
Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/marble/
ID on kde-apps.org: 55105
Page on Userbase:
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21
Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/marble/index.html
IRC channel(s): #marble (and #kde-edu)
Mailing lists: [email protected] and [email protected]
Project name on cia.vc: Marble
Bugzilla component: marble

parley

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Parley


Name: Parley
Description: [can be HTML or wiki markup]

Parley is a program to help you memorize things.
Parley supports many language specific features but can be used for other learning tasks just as well. It uses the <a href=\"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaced_repetition\">spaced repetition</a> learning method, also known as flash cards.

Creating new vocabulary collections with Parley is easy, but of course it is even better if you can use some of our premade files. Have a look at the <a href=\"http://kde-files.org/index.php?xcontentmode=687\">KDE-Files.org</a> page or use the \"Download New Collections\" feature directly.

Features (optional):

   Different test types
       Mixed Letters (order the letters, anagram like) to get to know new words
       Multiple choice
       Written tests - type the words (including clever correction mechanisms)
       Example sentences can be used to create 'fill in the gap' tests
       Article training
       Comparison forms (adjectives and/or adverbs)
       Conjugations
       Synonym/Antonym/Paraphrase
   Fast test setup with all options in one dialog
   More than two languages (for example English, Chinese Traditional and Chinese Simplified)
   Find words (also by word type) quickly
   Easy lesson management
   Premade vocabulary files ready to use
   Share and download vocabulary using Get Hot New Stuff
   Open XML file format (shared with KWordQuiz, Kanagram and KHangMan) that can be edited by hand and is easily usable with scripts

Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/parley
ID on kde-apps.org: 66741
Page on Userbase: [empty]
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21
Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdeedu/parley/index.html
IRC channel(s): #kde-edu
Mailing lists: [email protected], [email protected]
Project name on cia.vc: kde/parley
Bugzilla component: parley

rocs

Screenshoot sent: Yes. Name: Rocs
Description:Rocs is an IDE For Graph Theory that can help studants to implement the Graph Algorithms and see te visual representation of the result, and such is a nice tool to have in Computer Related classes.

Features: 
- Canvas for Graph Drawing
- IDE for Graph relatedd Programming, using Javascript as it's main laguage, plus the graph library
- Nodes, Graphs and Edges are extensible from the scripting interface, so you can do anything you want.

Homepage: http://edu.kde.org/rocs/
ID on kde-apps.org: 118706
Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Applications/Education#Science
ID of subforum on forum.kde.org:
Link to handbook:
IRC channel(s): #kde-edu
Mailing lists: kde-edu mailing list
Project name on cia.vc:
Bugzilla component: rocs

step

Module kdegames

bomber

bovo

granatier

kapman

katomic

kbattleship

kblackbox

kblocks

kbounce

kbreakout

kdiamond

kfourinline

kgoldrunner

kigo

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Name: Kigo Description: Go boardgame for KDE Kigo is an open-source implementation of the popular Go game (also known as Weiqi). Go is a strategic board game for two players. It is also known as igo (Japanese), weiqi or wei ch'i (Chinese) or baduk (Korean). Go is noted for being rich in strategic complexity despite its simple rules. The game is played by two players who alternately place black and white stones (playing pieces, now usually made of glass or plastic) on the vacant intersections of a grid of 19x19 lines (9x9 or 13x13 for easier games).

Features (optional): Themeable, GHNS Homepage: [4] ID on kde-apps.org: none Page on Userbase: none ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21 Link to handbook: [5] IRC channel(s): #kdegames Mailing lists: [email protected] Project name on cia.vc: KDE/kigo Bugzilla component: kigo

killbots

kiriki

kjumpingcube

klines

kmahjongg

kmines

knetwalk

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Name: KNetWalk

Description: KNetWalk is a small game where you have to build up a computer-network by putting the rigth wires into the right order. When the network is build, a highscore-list comes up where competitions can be fought out.

Features (optional): add features section

Homepage: http://games.kde.org/game.php?game=knetwalk

ID on kde-apps.org: none

Page on Userbase: [empty]

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: 21

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdegames/knetwalk/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kdegames

Mailing lists: [email protected]

Project name on cia.vc: kde/knetwalk

Bugzilla component: knetwalk

kolf

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Name: Kolf

Description:

Kolf is a miniature golf game, developed by Jason Katz-Brown in 2002. The game is played from an overhead view, with a short bar representing the golf club. Kolf features many different types of objects, such water hazards, slopes, sand traps, and black holes (warps), among others.

Features:

- single and multi-player (up to ten players) modes
- high scores table
- dynamic courses
- third-party courses
- course editor

Homepage: http://games.kde.org/game.php?game=kolf

ID on kde-apps.org: none

Page on Userbase: http://userbase.kde.org/Applications/Games

ID of subforum on forum.kde.org: none

Link to handbook: http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdegames/kolf/index.html

IRC channel(s): #kdegames

Mailing lists: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-games-devel

Project name on cia.vc: kde/kolf

Bugzilla component:

kollision

konquest

kpat

kreversi

ksame

kshisen

ksirk

kspaceduel

ksquares

ksudoku

ktron

ktuberling

kubrick

lskat

palapeli


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