In this file:
* What it is
* Common Mistakes
* More Info
What it is
* amor: Amusing Misuse Of Resources put's comic figures above your windows
* eyesapplet: a kicker applet similar to XEyes
* fifteenapplet: kicker applet, order 15 pieces in a 4x4 square by moving them
* kaphorism: displays aphorisms
* kmoon: system tray applet showing the moon phase
* kodo: mouse movement meter
* kscore: kicker applet with a sports ticker
* kteatime: system tray applet that makes sure your tea doesn't get too strong
* ktux: Tux-in-a-Spaceship screen saver
* kweather: kicker applet that will display the current weather outside
* kworldwatch: application and kicker applet showing daylight area on the world
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is alpha software and this makes debugging things a whole lot easier.
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versions of apps are included.
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