Board by somekool
KloseCircuit is a multiplayer game which does not support networking yet, but includes good AI and is easily playable by more than one human on the same computer. The purpose is to complete the board, and the player who gets the most squares is the winner. all comments are welcome.
Jan 30 2004
Audio Apps by somekool
kmp3play is a simple dock applet for KDE. It's a front-end to a Perl script, which is included, that is a front-end to mpg123. It does not have many features but do the job perfectly.all comments are welcome.
Jan 30 2004
Utilities by somekool
- this is first draft, but it does what it is suppose to.- this software require you have ruby and QtRuby installed.- watch the screenshot and please comment.enjoy.
Mar 26 2005
System Software by somekool
kload is a kicker applet showing current info about your system. It shows system uptime, system load, transfered network bytes, network speed, and RAM and SWAP usage. Most monitoring apps are too big and don't fit anywhere on the screen, which is why this one was created. It shows stats simply,...
Jul 26 2004
Browser by PSIplus
Peagle is a Stand-Alone Web-Frontend for the Beagle-Search-Engine with the look and feel from known web search engines.It requires PHP 4.3 (with gd, sockets and posix-modules) or higher and Beagle 0.2 or higher to run.Currently it supports linking the results directly or running them using...
Apr 25 2006
System Software by nomis80
QuadKonsole embeds Konsole kparts in a grid layout.Advantages: * Saves memory. * Faster startup. * You don't need to align your konsole windows by hand. * You have a lot more screen real estate. * Navigation is easier, using arrow keys. * All konsoles can be minimized/maximized at once. *...
Mar 26 2007
Browser by infernal-quack
Konq Rellinks is an add-on for Konqueror.It allows you to access the relations defined in the header of the document. These relations can be links to other versions of the document, RSS backend, search page, copyright informations,.... For more informations about this, see...
Dec 15 2004