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KDE Panel

The KDE panel is also known as Kicker. It is modular and consists of the following components:

  • Applets

  • Application buttons

  • Special Buttons

By default, the panel contains the following applets:

  • Pager - shows the virtual desktops

  • Taskbar

  • System Tray

  • Clock

and the following special buttons:

  • KDE menu

  • Desktop Button

Various application buttons are also added, space permitting:

  • Home Button

  • Browser Button

  • KMail Button




 
 
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