desktops (uses either 3ddesktop or built-in KDE desktop switching)
monitoring (user-configurable, uses "/" and "/home" by default)
monitoring (user-configurable, uses "eth0" by default)
monitoring (user-configurable, uses "wlan0" by default)
(Xmms, Amarok, Juk, Noatun)
the theme comes with an installer that offers auto-configuration as
well as customization of the theme settings during install.
optimized: the theme uses between 2-8% of CPU on a 64-bit
mobile XP 3000+ running in power-save mode at 800MHz (not including
momentary spikes during sound playback and various animations). In
addition, when bars are minimized, their redraw is suppressed in order
to further minimize their impact on the processor and therefore your
to incorporate sounds: most of the interactive events
(i.e. minimizing/restoring bars, network connection detected, button
clicked, etc.) produce accompanying sounds (KDE's Arts server required
for multiple sound streams to play simultaneously). Sounds are
furthermore spatially positioned to provide for the best possible
control: every bar can be minimized and restored
inidividually enabling the user to have full control over their desktop.
desktop integration: first theme to feature auto-resizable
systray and virtual desktops bars. Both bars resize automatically to
accomodate space for the interactively added/removed icons and/or
virtual desktops , desks bar detects external changes of desktop (via
mouse wheel or any other paging applet), hence posing as full-blown
replacements for their kicker implementations. In addition, this theme
information: even when minimized, some of the more
time-critical bars (i.e. networking and xmms bars) provide needed
information regarding their status.
options: several bars allow for additional functionality
via pop-up menus which are accessible by middle-clicking onto the bars.
start-up: theme automatically detects resolution and
repositiones itself appropriately (xwininfo required which is
a part of the standard X server package; alternately you will be given
an option to enter desktop width during install).
virtual desktops can be managed via built-in KDE switching
(default) or via very nice looking 3ddesktop OpenGL tool (configurable