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Old 06-27-2003, 04:03 AM   #1
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Question Modem Lights in KDE?


There is Modem lights Icon in Gnome.How to display it in KDE?
 
Old 06-28-2003, 08:37 PM   #2
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You can configure KPPP to display the modem icon into the taskbar tray.
 
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Of course it does that by default. I just like the blinking lights(just like an actual modem and the graphical display in gnome taskbar. Have you seen it?
 
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yeah, I think what BittaBrotha is saying, is that if you check the 'dock into system tray on connect' (or something similar) then you get your blinking lights.
 
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Gnome's modem lights looks better than that. Try and you will know what I mean.
 
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Originally posted by tobyl
yeah, I think what BittaBrotha is saying, is that if you check the 'dock into system tray on connect' (or something similar) then you get your blinking lights.
That is what I was trying to say!

I thought you could use Gnome apps with KDE and KDE apps with Gnome? Can you use Gnome's dialer while in KDE?
 
  


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