Kicker V-like

Kicker Panel

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If you want to make your kicker really transparent follow this insructions:
1. Download kicker layer.
2. Make a wallpapper with transparent kicker layer (60% transparancy and gaussian blur - radius 3.0).
3. Apply wallpapper.
4. Change your kicker transparancy to 100% and size to 60px

darkseid280185

12 years ago

Nice work man. Really good toolbar to use.

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trooperu

12 years ago

Thank you! )

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balboabr46

12 years ago

Sorry friend, i find that you can do works thinking in Linux. The free software don't need works with idea in Windows. Do you like or no of Linux? of free software or open source? The microsoft don't make digtal inclusion fo true !!

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ALIUM

12 years ago

No thanks!

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Kicker Panel

Kicker is the main panel used in K Desktop Environment 3 and earlier. Together with KDesktop, it forms the graphical shell. It can be customized by the user. By default, it has the K Menu, a Desktop Access button, a Home button, a Konqueror button, a Kontact button, and a Help button. Wikipedia