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<p>The Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) project is a computer desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems
with a primary goal of retaining the function and form of traditional desktop computers.</p>
<h2>Project Goals</h2>
<P>We seek to provide a traditional desktop environment which is . . .
<li>Flexible and highly customizable.</li>
<li>Visually appealing.</li>
<li>Equipped with a suitable collection of desktop effects that remain compatible with older hardware.</li>
<li>Responsive on older hardware, while also being compatible with newer hardware.</li>
<li>Compatible with, but not requiring, 3D acceleration.</li>
<li>Compatible with <a href=""></a> and
<a href="">Linux file system hierarchy</a>
<li>Compatible with other desktop environments.</li>
<li>Capable of offering maximal <a href="">HCI
(Human-Computer Interaction)</a> efficiency in a mouse/keyboard environment.</li>
<h2>Major Features</h2>
<li>Traditional panel, task bar, task manager, quick launch.</li>
<li>A repository of TDE compatible software applications, including several text editors, a file manager,
image viewers, office apps, an archive manager, and the original and improved classic Amarok music player.
<A HREF="applications.php">Full list of applications</A></li>
<li>Optional <a href="">Secure Attention
Key</a> to further secure the login and desktop lock dialogs.</li>
<li>A TDE-specific DBUS notification client for improved integration with
common applications such as Firefox and NetworkManager (with no need for HAL).</li>
<li>Plus much more! <A HREF="features.php">Full list of features</A>
<p>The TDE project began as a continuation of the K Desktop Environment (KDE)
version 3. The name Trinity was chosen partly because the word means "three" and TDE
was a continuation of KDE 3. TDE now is its own computer desktop environment
<p>The TDE project was founded by and is still led by Timothy Pearson. Timothy
is an experienced and skilled software developer and was the KDE 3.x coordinator
of previous Kubuntu releases.</p>
<h3>Release dates:</h3>
<p><b>TDE 3.5.11:</b> April 29, 2010.<br>
<b>TDE 3.5.12:</b> October 3, 2010.<br>
<b>TDE 3.5.13:</b> November 1, 2011.<br>
<b>TDE</b> October 10, 2012.<br>
<b>TDE</b> July 21, 2013.<br>
<b>TDE R14.0.0:</b> December 16, 2014.<br/>
<b>TDE R14.0.1:</b> August 30, 2015<br/>
<b>TDE R14.0.2:</b> Anticipated in Q4 2015.</p>
<p><b>NOTE:</b> The Trinity Desktop Environment project is not a continuation of
KDE 3.5 by KDE e.V., members of which no longer support the KDE 3 series.
Trinity is an independent fork using a separate developer community.</p>
<p><a href="">Contributors</a></p>

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doHeader("Trinity Applications", "Documentation", "Applications");
<UL STYLE="padding-left:1ex;margin-top:2ex">
<LI><A HREF="#edutainment">Educational and Edutainment Applications</A>: languages, mathematics, science . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#games">Games</A>: arcade, card, board, kids, strategic</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#graphics">Graphics Applications</A>: image viewers . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#internet">Internet Applications</A>: configuration and monitoring, messaging, email . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#multimedia">Multimedia Applications</A>: audio, video, CD and DVD . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#office">Office Applications</A>: KOffice, faxes, note taking . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#development">Software Development Applications</A>: Web development . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#system">System and Configuration Applications</A>: hardware, monitors and log viewing, package management . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#utilities">Utilities</A>: accessibility, alternate launchers, file management, phones and devices . . .</LI>
<LI><A HREF="#toys">Panel Applets and Software Toys</A></LI>
<P CLASS="spacer">
<P CLASS="spacer">
<H2><A NAME="edutainment">Education and Edutainment</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px;">Languages</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Kanagram: Anagram puzzle game.</LI>
<LI>KHangMan: Hangman game.</LI>
<LI>Kiten: Japanese reference/study tool.</LI>
<LI>KLatin: Latin reviser and trainer.</LI>
<LI>KLettres: Learn alphabets. Designed to help users learn the alphabet in a new language and to read
simple syllables. Eleven languages are supported: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, Italian,
Luganda, Romanized Hindi, Spanish, Slovak and German.</LI>
<LI>Kverbos: Study Spanish verb forms.</LI>
<LI>KVocTrain: Vocabulary trainer.</LI>
<LI>KWordQuiz: Vocabulary trainer.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Mathematics</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KBruch: Practice calculating fractions.</LI>
<LI>Kig: Interactive geometry trainer.</LI>
<LI>KmPlot: Mathematical function plotter.</LI>
<LI>KPercentage: Practice calculating percentages.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Bibletime: Bible study program.</LI>
<LI>Blinken: Simon Says electronic memory game.</LI>
<LI>KEduca-editor: Tests and exams editor.</LI>
<LI>KEduca: Tests and exams.</LI>
<LI>KGeography: Geography trainer.</LI>
<LI>KTouch: Touch typing tutor.</LI>
<LI>KTurtle: Logo programming environment trainer.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Science</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Kalzium: Periodic Table of Elements viewer. Search for information about the elements or to learn
facts about the periodic table.</LI>
<LI>KStars: Desktop planetarium. Depicts an accurate simulation of the night sky, including stars,
constellations, star clusters, nebulae, galaxies, all planets, the Sun, the Moon, comets and asteroids.
View the night sky from any location on Earth, on any date. The user interface is intuitive and flexible.
The display can be panned and zoomed with the mouse. Easily identify objects and track their motion across
the sky.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="games">Games</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Arcade</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KAsteroids: A clone of the popular <A HREF="">Asteroids</A> game.</LI>
<LI>KBounce: Bouncing ball game.</LI>
<LI>KFoulEggs: Japanese PuyoPuyo-like (Tetris-like) game.</LI>
<LI>KGoldrunner: Action and puzzle solving game. Run through the maze, dodge your enemies, collect all the
gold, and climb to the next level.</LI>
<LI>Kolf: Miniature golf.</LI>
<LI>KSirtet: <A HREF="">Tetris</A>-like game.</LI>
<LI>KSmileTris: Tetris-like game.</LI>
<LI>KSnakeRace: Snake race game. A game of speed and agility. Try to eat all the apples in the room before
getting out!.</LI>
<LI>KSpaceDuel: Space arcade game.</LI>
<LI>KTron: A simple clone of the Tron light-cycle racing game, which you can play alone or against a friend.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Board</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Atlantik: <A HREF="">Monopoly&reg;</A>-like board game. Comes with a board designer.</LI>
<LI>KBackgammon: Backgammon game. A graphical backgammon program, supporting games with other local players,
against computers, and online on the First Internet Backgammon Server.</LI>
<LI>KBlackBox: A "hide and seek" logic game of shooting rays into a black box to locate hidden atoms.</LI>
<LI>Kenolaba: <A HREF="">Abalone</A>-like board game.</LI>
<LI>KMahjongg: Mahjongg-like tile game. A game similar to the famous oriental game Mahjongg.</LI>
<LI>Knights: Chess.</LI>
<LI>KReversi: Reversi board game.</LI>
<LI>Shisen-Sho: Shisen-Sho tile game. A game similar to Mahjongg.</LI>
<LI>TWin4: A four-in-a-row strategy game.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Card</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KPoker: Poker card game.</LI>
<LI>Lieutenant Skat: card game.</LI>
<LI>KPatience: Solitaire card games.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Kids</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Potato Guy: game for small children. Similar to the famous Mr. Potato Head toy.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Tactics and Strategy</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KAtomic: Implementation of the Japanese warehouse-keeper puzzle/logic game Sokoban.</LI>
<LI>KBattleship: A network-enabled implementation of <A HREF="">Battleship</A>.</LI>
<LI>KJumpingCube: A simple tactical game you can play against a friend or the computer.</LI>
<LI>Klickety: board game. An adaption of <A HREF="">Clickomania</A>,
itself a SameGame clone with a modified ruleset.</LI>
<LI>KMines: A version of the classic game <A HREF="">Minesweeper</A>.</LI>
<LI>KNetwalk: Network construction game.</LI>
<LI>Kolor Lines: Line up coloured tokens in order to eliminate them. Simple, but addictive. Multiple
difficulty levels.</LI>
<LI>Konquest: Galactic strategy game.</LI>
<LI>KSokoban: Sokoban game.</LI>
<LI>Samegame: Like Klickety, this is a descendant of Kuniaki Moribe's game Chain Shot!, from the mid-80s.
The scoring rules are different from Klickety's and closer to the original.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="graphics">Graphics</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Image Viewers</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Gwenview: Image viewer.</LI>
<LI>KSquirrel: Image viewer.</LI>
<LI>Kuickshow: Image viewer and browser.</LI>
<LI>KView: A small and fast image viewer with some simple image processing commands. Works with many graphics
file formats. Not a full-fledged image processor, but sufficient for many everyday tasks.</LI>
<LI>ShowFoto: Photo viewer and editor.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Chalk: Photo retouching, image editing, and paint application. Part of KOffice.</LI>
<LI>Digikam: Photo management.</LI>
<LI>Kamera: View and download images from a digital camera.</LI>
<LI>Karbon14: Scalable (vector) graphics editor. Part of KOffice.</LI>
<LI>KColorChooser: Color chooser.</LI>
<LI>KColorEdit: Color palette editor.</LI>
<LI>KDVI: DVI viewer.</LI>
<LI>Kipi-Plugins: Image plugin interface.</LI>
<LI>KolourPaint: An easy-to-use paint program.</LI>
<LI>Kooka: Scan and OCR program.</LI>
<LI>KPovModeler: Povray modeler.</LI>
<LI>KRuler: Screen ruler. Used to measure objects on the screen.</LI>
<LI>KSnapshot: Screen capture program. Capable of capturing images of the desktop, a single window, a section
of a window or a selected region. Images may be saved in a variety of formats.</LI>
<LI>Potracegui: Potrace and autotrace frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDEFontView: Font viewer.</LI>
<LI>TDEIconEdit: Icon editor. To help create icons using the standard icon palette.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="internet">Internet</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Configuration and Connection Monitoring</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Kleopatra: A tool for managing X.509 certificates.</LI>
<LI>KMyFirewall: IPTables firewall configuration tool.</LI>
<LI>KNemo: Network monitor.</LI>
<LI>KNetload: Network load meter.</LI>
<LI>KNetStats: Network monitor. A simple KDE network monitor to show rx/tx LEDs of any network interface on
a system tray icon.</LI>
<LI>KNmap: An Nmap frontend.</LI>
<LI>KPPP: Internet dial-up tool frontend for the ppp daemon.</LI>
<LI>KPPPLogview: Internet dial-up tool log viewer.</LI>
<LI>KVPNc: A VPN client.</LI>
<LI>KWiFimanager: Wireless network manager. Used to configure and monitor wireless LAN cards.</LI>
<LI>TDENetworkmanager: Networkmanager daemon frontend.</LI>
<LI>TorK: TOR frontend.</LI>
<LI>WLAssistant: Wireless network manager.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Email-Related</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KBiff: Email frontend to biff.</LI>
<LI>KMail: Mail client.</LI>
<LI>Korn: A system tray applet that keeps track of new mail.</LI>
<LI>KSig: Signature editor. Designed to graphically manage multiple email signatures.</LI>
<LI>KShowmail: An email viewer.</LI>
<LI>KTnef: Viewer for Microsoft Outlook/Exchange TNEF attachment files.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Messaging and IRC</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Konversation: IRC client.</LI>
<LI>Kopete: A multi-protocol instant messenger client.</LI>
<LI>KSirc: IRC client.</LI>
<LI>KTalkd: An enhanced talk daemon to handle incoming talk requests, announce them, and allow users to
respond using a talk client.</LI>
<LI>KVirc: IRC client.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Akregator: RSS feed reader.</LI>
<LI>Kasablanca: An FTP client.</LI>
<LI>KDict: A graphical client for the DICT protocol, enabling users to search through online dictionary
<LI>KFTPGrabber: An FTP client.</LI>
<LI>KGet: An internet download manager.</LI>
<LI>KNetAttach: Network folder wizard.</LI>
<LI>KNewsTicker: An RSS news ticker applet for the panel.</LI>
<LI>KNode: Usenet news reader.</LI>
<LI>Konqueror: Web browser.</LI>
<LI>Kontact: Personal information manager.</LI>
<LI>Krdc: Remote desktop connection. A client application to view or control the desktop session on another
machine running a compatible (VNC) server.</LI>
<LI>Krfb: Desktop sharing server application to share a current session with a user on another machine, who
can use a VNC client to view or control the desktop.</LI>
<LI>KTorrent: BitTorrent client.</LI>
<LI>SMB4k: Browser for Windows-style network shares.</LI>
<LI>TDEWallet: Password manager. The wallet subsytem provides a convenient and secure way to manage passwords.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="multimedia">Multimedia</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Audio Creators and Players</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Amarok: Audio player and manager supporting cover art, CDDB, visual effects, and more.</LI>
<LI>JuK: Music player jukebox, tagger, and music collection manager.</LI>
<LI>KRec: Recording tool. Record any sound coming in or out of the computer. Some effects for dynamics are
implemented as well as the possibility to play what is recorded.</LI>
<LI>KStreamripper: Internet radio streamer.</LI>
<LI>Noatun: Plugin-based media player.</LI>
<LI>Rosegarden: Music composition and editing. An audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor.</LI>
<LI>Soundkonverter: Audio converters frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDEMid: Midi/Karaoke player.</LI>
<LI>TDERadio: AM/FM radio frontend.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">CD and DVD Utilities</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>K3b: CD and DVD burning. A CD and DVD burning application with a comfortable user interface.</LI>
<LI>K9Copy: Video DVD backup tool.</LI>
<LI>KAudioCreator: an audio CD ripper.</LI>
<LI>KsCD: A small, fast, CDDB enabled audio CD player.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Arts: Our audio server. The name stands for Analog Real-Time Synthesizer.</LI>
<LI>KMix: Sound mixer for changing the sound card volume.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Video Players</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Kaboodle: A simple media player.</LI>
<LI>Kaffeine: Media player.</LI>
<LI>KMplayer: Media player.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="office">Office</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Faxes</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KFax: Fax viewer.</LI>
<LI>KFaxView: Fax viewer.</LI>
<LI>TDEPrintFax: Fax utility.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">KOffice Suite</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Chalk: Photo retouching, image editing, and paint application.</LI>
<LI>Karbon14: Scalable graphics drawing editor.</LI>
<LI>KBibTex: Bibliography manager.</LI>
<LI>KChart: Chart and graph creator. Supports bar graphs, line plots, pie charts, ring charts, and more.</LI>
<LI>Kexi: Database creator and manager.</LI>
<LI>KFormula: Formula editor.</LI>
<LI>Kivio: Flowchart and diagram editing.</LI>
<LI>KPlato: Project management and planning.</LI>
<LI>KPresenter: Slide presentations.</LI>
<LI>KSpread: Spreadsheets.</LI>
<LI>Kugar: Database report generator.</LI>
<LI>KWord: Word processing and simple desktop publishing.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KAddressBook: Address book manager.</LI>
<LI>KAlarm: Personal Alarm scheduler.</LI>
<LI>KArm: Personal Time tracker.</LI>
<LI>KBarcode: Barcode and label printing.</LI>
<LI>KDict: Online dictionary.</LI>
<LI>KGhostView: Ghostview PS/PDF viewer frontend.</LI>
<LI>Kile: Integrated LaTeX environment editor.</LI>
<LI>KMail: Mail client.</LI>
<LI>KMyMoney: Personal finance manager.</LI>
<LI>KonsoleKalendar: A command line interface to TDE calendars.</LI>
<LI>Kontact: Personal information manager.</LI>
<LI>KOrganizer: Personal organizer.</LI>
<LI>KPDF: PDF viewer.</LI>
<LI>KThesaurus: Thesaurus.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Note Taking</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Basket: Note-taking application.</LI>
<LI>KJots: A small program for organizing miscellaneous notes.</LI>
<LI>KNotes: Sticky popup notes.</LI>
<LI>KNowit: Tree-like note manager to help keep, edit and maintain notes.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="development">Software Development</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Cervisia: CVS frontend.</LI>
<LI>Kate: Advanced text editor with syntax highlighting and much more.</LI>
<LI>KBabel: Translation tool, with a dictionary and a catalog manager.</LI>
<LI>KBugBuster: TDE bug management.</LI>
<LI>KDbg: Debugging frontend.</LI>
<LI>KDcop: A program to browse available dcop functions of any app.</LI>
<LI>KDiff3: Diff/Patch frontend. A file and directory diff and merge tool that compares and merges two or
three text input files or directories.</LI>
<LI>KHexEdit: A hexidecimal and binary editor.</LI>
<LI>Kommander: Dynamic dialog editor.</LI>
<LI>Kompare: Diff/Patch frontend to view the differences between files and directories.</LI>
<LI>Konstruct: Build system frontend.</LI>
<LI>KPicosim: Xilinx PicoBlaze-3 simulator.</LI>
<LI>KScope: source editing environment.</LI>
<LI>KTechlab: Electronic circuit and microcontroller integrated development environment.</LI>
<LI>KUIviewer: TQt3 designer user interface viewer.</LI>
<LI>Piklab: PIC and dsPIC integrated development environment. Based on Microchip PIC and dsPIC
microcontrollers similar to the MPLAB environment. Support for several compiler and assembler
toolchains is integrated. The ICD2 debugger, the PICkit1 and PICkit2 programmers, and most direct
programmers are supported. A command-line programmer "piklab-prog" is also available.</LI>
<LI>TDECachegrind: Profiler frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDESVN: SVN client.</LI>
<LI>TDevelop: An integrated software development environment, with a documentation viewer and a GUI designer.</LI>
<LI>Umbrello: Helps software development by using the industry standard Unified Modelling Language (UML) to
create diagrams for designing and documenting software systems.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Web Development</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KImageMapEditor: HTML image map editor.</LI>
<LI>KLinkStatus: Web page link checker.</LI>
<LI>Quanta Plus: Integrated web development environment. Supports many markup languages and popular web-based
scripting languages, and CSS.</LI>
<LI>KXSLDbg: XSLT debugger. A tool intended to help understand stylesheets. Can search for items of interest
and trace stylesheet execution.</LI>
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<H2><A NAME="system">System</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Hardware</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>IRKick: LIRC server.</LI>
<LI>KNutclient: Network UPS tool frontend.</LI>
<LI>KwikDisk: File device manager utility.</LI>
<LI>TDElirc: Infrared remote control frontend to Linux Infrared Remote Control (LIRC).</LI>
<LI>TDEPowersave: Power management frontend. A utility used to set power consumption and conservation options.</LI>
<LI>TDEPrinter: Printer interface.</LI>
<LI>TDERandRTray: Screen resize and rotate.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Gtk-Qt Theme Engine: Apply TDE settings to GTK apps.</LI>
<LI>Kappfinder: Menu updating tool.</LI>
<LI>KCron: Task scheduler frontend to cron.</LI>
<LI>KFontinst: Font installer.</LI>
<LI>KGtk-Qt3: TDE Dialogs in GTK apps.</LI>
<LI>KioskTool: An kiosk-like administration tool providing system administrators an easy way to
predefine desktop configurations for groups of users, lock settings, or otherwise restrict features
of the Trinity Desktop Environment.</LI>
<LI>KMenuedit: System menu editor.</LI>
<LI>KPersonalizer: Desktop settings wizard.</LI>
<LI>KSysV: A graphical editor for SysV style init scripts.</LI>
<LI>KUser: User and group account manager frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDESU: Su frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDESUDO: Sudo frontend.</LI>
<LI>TDM: Login manager.</LI>
<LI>TDE-Guidance: System administration tools.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Monitors and Log Viewing</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KCPUload: CPU load display. A simple CPU meter that graphs a recent history of CPU usage in the system
tray, supporting SMP and separate user/system loads.</LI>
<LI>Kima: Sensor monitoring.</LI>
<LI>KJobViewer: Print job viewer.</LI>
<LI>KSysGuard: Performance monitor. A network enabled task manager and system monitor application, with the
additional functionality of application.</LI>
<LI>KSystemLog: System log viewer.</LI>
<LI>KWatchGnuPG: A simple gnupg log viewer.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Package Management</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Adept: Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) frontend for Debian-descended distributions.</LI>
<LI>Kdpkg: Debian package installer frontend.</LI>
<LI>KPackage: Package manager frontend for Debian, Slackware and BSD packages.</LI>
<P CLASS="spacer">
<P CLASS="spacer">
<H2><A NAME="utilities">Utilities</A></H2>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Accessibility</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>KMag: Screen magnifier. Magnifies a part of the screen like a magnifying glass.</LI>
<LI>KMousetool: Automatic mouse button clicker for people with repetitive strain injuries (RSI).</LI>
<LI>KMouth: Speech synthesizer frontend.</LI>
<LI>KSayIt: Text-to-Speech frontend.</LI>
<LI>Kttsmgr: Text-to-Speech manager.</LI>
<LI>KVKbd: Virtual keyboard.</LI>
<LI>Kxkb: A keyboard layout switching utility based on X11 xkb extension.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Alternate Menus and Launchers</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Katapult: Application and bookmark launcher. An application designed to provide quick and easy access to
applications, bookmarks, music and more.</LI>
<LI>Kbfx: Alternate system menu.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Files and File Management</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Dolphin: File manager.</LI>
<LI>Filelight: File system viewer. Displays disk usage information, effectively a graphical version of the
command line tool, du.</LI>
<LI>KDat: Tape backup tool.</LI>
<LI>KDirstat: Graphical disk usage utility, very much like the Unix "du" command, plus some cleanup facilities
to reclaim disk space.</LI>
<LI>KDiskFree: View disk usage viewer.</LI>
<LI>Keep: Archiving/Backup Tool.</LI>
<LI>KFind: File finder utility.</LI>
<LI>Konqueror: Advanced file manager and viewer.</LI>
<LI>KRrename: Bulk file renamer.</LI>
<LI>Krusader: An advanced, twin-panel (commander-style) file-manager.</LI>
<LI>TDEFileReplace: File string search and replace tool.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Miscellaneous</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Abakus: Simple calculator.</LI>
<LI>Ark: Archiving tool to create and view compressed files.</LI>
<LI>Kate: Advanced text editor with syntax highlighting and much more.</LI>
<LI>KBookreader: An e-book reader.</LI>
<LI>KCalc: Scientific calculator.</LI>
<LI>KCharSelect: Character selector.</LI>
<LI>KCHMviewer: CHM Help file viewer. CHM is a compressed HTML format often used by Windows applications.</LI>
<LI>KControl: Control center.</LI>
<LI>KEdit: Simple text editor.</LI>
<LI>Kerry: Beagle desktop search frontend.</LI>
<LI>KFloppy: A graphical frontend to format 3.5" and 5.25" floppy disks.</LI>
<LI>KGpg: Encryption tool.</LI>
<LI>KKBSwitch: Keyboard layout indicator.</LI>
<LI>Klipper: Clipboard management tool.</LI>
<LI>Konsole: Terminal emulator.</LI>
<LI>KPager: Desktop pager to select virtual desktops.</LI>
<LI>KRecipes: A recipe manager.</LI>
<LI>KRegExpeditor: Regular expression editor.</LI>
<LI>KSensors: An lm-sensors frontend.</LI>
<LI>KShutdown: A system shutdown utility.</LI>
<LI>KTimer: Countdown launcher.</LI>
<LI>KTip: Useful tips.</LI>
<LI>KWorldClock: World clock.</LI>
<LI>KWrite: Text editor with syntax highlighting.</LI>
<LI>Tellico: Collection manager. Usefully organize collections of anything from books to trading cards to wines!</LI>
<LI>Yakuake: Drop-down terminal emulator.</LI>
<H3 STYLE="margin-left:2ex;padding-bottom:0px;margin-bottom:0px">Phones and Devices</H3>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>Kandy: Mobile phone tool. For synchronizing the data on a mobile phone with the data on the desktop.</LI>
<LI>KMobile: Manage mobile devices.</LI>
<LI>KPalmDOC: PalmDOC converter.</LI>
<LI>KPilot: PalmOS handheld synchronizer.</LI>
<P CLASS="spacer">
<P CLASS="spacer">
<H2><A NAME="toys">Panel Applets and Software Toys</A></H2>
<UL STYLE="padding-top:5px;margin-top:0px">
<LI>AMOR: On-Screen creature ("Amusing Misuse Of Resources".)</LI>
<LI>KCPUload: CPU load display. A simple CPU meter that graphs a recent history of CPU usage in the system tray,supporting SMP and separate user/system loads.</LI>
<LI>KMoon: An applet that shows the current phase of the moon.</LI>
<LI>KNetstats: Network monitor. A simple KDE network monitor to show rx/tx LEDs of any network interface on a system tray icon.</LI>
<LI>KNewsTicker: An RSS news ticker applet for the panel.</LI>
<LI>Kodo: Mouse odometer.</LI>
<LI>Korn: A system tray applet that keeps track of new mail.</LI>
<LI>KTeaTime: Tea cooker timer.</LI>
<LI>KWeather: An applet to display the current weather data in any area.</LI>
<LI>Superkaramba: Interactive eye-candy tool. A tool to create interactive widgets on the desktop.</LI>

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doHeader("TDE Team", "Development", "TDE Team");
The Trinity Development Team would like to thank everyone listed below for their assistance. These individuals have freely offered their time and effort to make Trinity better. Without their support Trinity would not exist in its current form.
If we have forgotten to add your name to the list, please contact us via <a href="mailinglist.php">the trinity-devel mailing list</a>.
<h3> Trinity Developers</h3>
<table class="table" STYLE="border:1px solid #001c7b;">
<tr STYLE="background-color:#cfe1f6"><td class="th">Name</td><td class="th">Contributing Area(s)</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">Timothy Pearson</td><td>Project administrator<br>Primary developer<br>Build farm administrator<br>Debian/Ubuntu packaging maintainer</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">Sl&aacute;vek Banko</td><td>SRU development, management, and builds</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">Francois Andriot</td><td>Redhat/Fedora packaging maintainer</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">"Woodsman"</td><td>Vanilla build testing and repair<br>Slackware build scripts maintainer<br>Documentation reviewer<br>Testing and quality assurance</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">Michele Calgaro</td><td>Developer<br>Documentation reviewer<br>Debian/testing and quality assurance</td></tr>
<h3>Content Distribution</h3>
<table class="table" STYLE="border:1px solid #001c7b">
<tr STYLE="background-color:#cfe1f6">
<td class="th">Name</td>
<td class="th">Contributing Area(s)</td>
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<tr><td><a href="">UK Mirror Service</a></td><td><a href="">Mirror 2 [United Kingdom]</a><a href="rsync://"><image src="media/rsync_logo.jpg" width=30 border=0></a></td></tr>
<tr><td>Nathaniel Taylor</td><td><a href="">Mirror 3 [Sweden]</a><a href="rsync://"><image src="media/rsync_logo.jpg" width=30 border=0></a></td></tr>
<tr><td valign=top><a href=>DotRiver</a></td><td><a href="">Mirror 4 [France]</a><br><a href=>Mirror 5 [France] <font color=red>[Last sync 1/20/2012]</font></a></td></tr>
<tr><td>Ivan Ganchev</td><td><a href="">Mirror 6 [Bulgaria]</a></td></tr>
<tr><td><a href="">NetLinux</a></td><td><a href="">Mirror 7 [United Kingdom] <font color=red>[Not syncing]</font></a></td></tr>
<tr><td><a href="">Friedrich-Alexander-Universit&auml;t Erlangen-N&uuml;rnberg</a></td><td><a href="">Mirror 8 [Germany]</a><a href="rsync://"><image src="media/rsync_logo.jpg" width=30 border=0></a></td></tr>
<a href="/mirrorstatus.php">Active mirror list</a>
<h3>Web Team</h3>
<table class="table" STYLE="border:1px solid #001c7b;">
<tr STYLE="background-color:#cfe1f6"><td class="th">Name</td><td class="th">Contributing Area(s)</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">E. Liddell</td><td>Design</td></tr>
<tr><td class="tmain">Timothy Pearson</td><td>Maintenance</td></tr>
<a href="./past_contributors.php">Past Contributors</a><BR>Gone, but not forgotten...thank you for your previous support!

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doHeader("Trinity Development", "Development", "_");
<p> This page is a portal to the various resources used in the development of the Trinity Desktop Environment.</p>
<a href="">Official GIT Repository</a> <br>
<a href="">Old official SVN on</a> <br>
<a href="">Commit patches from GIT</a> <br>
<a href="">Obtaining the source code</a> <br>
<h3>Web Pages and Documentation</h3>
<a href="">Developer's Area on the Wiki</a> <br>
<a href="">Project Roadmap</a> <br>
<a href="./apidocs.php">API Documentation</a> <br>
<a href="">Official Etherpad [a real-time collaboration tool]</a> <br>
<a href="" title="Nightly Builds">Nightly Builds</a> <br>
<a href="" title="Nightly Builds Landing Page">Nightly Builds Landing Page</a> <br>
<a href="" title="Nightly Builds Installation Instructions">Nightly Builds Installation Instructions</a> <br>
<a href="./mailinglist.php">Mailing Lists</a> <br>
<h3>External Links</h3>
<a href="">Code Stats on OpenHub</a> <br>

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<h2>The Trinity project needs your support!</h2>
While Trinity is free software, making it is not free.<br>
Developing and maintaining Trinity takes an enormous amount of effort, and relies heavily on both a fast
Internet connection and large, power-hungry computers for the build farm and Web services.
If you can, please help to both assist the Trinity development team and pay for the various resources in
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doHeader("Frequently Asked Questions", "Documentation", "FAQ");
<H2>General Questions</H2>
<P><B>1. Why another desktop environment?</B>
<P>We wanted a traditional-style menu-panel-taskbar-quicklaunch desktop with a full set of features.
For the past few years, KDE and the other major Linux desktop environments have been experimenting
with new interface paradigms. There's nothing wrong with basing a DE around a new and innovative idea,
but not everyone is going to be happy with it, just as not everyone likes the sort of traditional
interface Trinity offers.
<P><B>2. Doesn't XFCE4 fill the same niche as Trinity? What about Mat&eacute;?</B>
<P>XFCE4 is a lighter desktop than Trinity, meaning that it contains less code and likely requires
less hardware, but also offers fewer features. Mat&eacute; is probably playing in much the same
space as we are, but a lot of us tried it when it was still Gnome 2 and decided we liked Trinity's
ancestor better.
<P><B>3. Isn't Trinity just KDE 3.5.10 with a few cosmetic changes?</B>
<P>Trinity has several features that KDE 3 didn't have, such as
<a href="">Secure Attention Key</a> support and
<a href="">ICC (International Color Consortium)</a>
color profile support. It's also been updated to work without requiring obsolete libraries like HAL, and
is available for more distributions (at the time of writing, KDE3 was no longer available for any major Linux
distribution except OpenSUSE and Gentoo).
<P><B>4. What's your relationship with KDE e.V. (the legal entity behind KDE)?</B>
<P>We don't have one. Really. We do our best not to interfere with their trademarks, and in
return they mostly pretend that we don't exist.
<P><B>5. Should I report Trinity bugs to the KDE bug tracker?</B>
<P>Please don't. We have our own bug tracker at .
Sending our bugs to them will just annoy them, and it won't get your bug fixed.
<H2>Getting and Installing Trinity</H2>
<H2>The Control Panel, Desktop, and System Tray</H2>
<H2>Konqueror: File Manager and More</H2>

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<p class="titlepage">
<p><h2 class="title"><a name="about"></a>Chapter 1. About this FAQ</h2>
<p class="qandaset"><dl><dt>1.1. <a href="about.php#idm140487999021808">What can I do to help with this FAQ?</a></dt><dt>1.2. <a href="about.php#idm140487998993760">How do I become an FAQ maintainer?</a></dt></dl><table border="0" summary="Q and A Set"><col align="left" width="1%"><tbody><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487999021808"></a><a name="idm140487999021488"></a><b>1.1.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>What can I do to help with this FAQ?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Notify us about any errors you find. Suggestions you have are
appreciated. Send us everything that you think is unclear. When possible send us what
you think would be a clearer solution.</p><p>Send us your solutions of those frequently-asked
questions which are still not in this FAQ. We will
add them as soon as practical.</p><p>Please make full use of this FAQ.
Read this FAQ (and other
relevant documentation) well before asking questions on the various
TDE mailing lists or newsgroups.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487998993760"></a><a name="FAQ-maintainer-HOWTO"></a><b>1.2.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I become an FAQ maintainer?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Becoming an FAQ maintainer is easy
and we are always grateful for help. :-) Send
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<p><h2 class="title"><a name="applications"></a>Chapter 11. TDE applications</h2>
<p class="qandaset"><dl><dt>11.1. <a href="applications.php#idm140487997619920">KPPP</a></dt><dt>11.2. <a href="applications.php#idm140487997539488">Konsole</a></dt></dl><table border="0" summary="Q and A Set"><col align="left" width="1%"><tbody><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997619920"></a><a name="idm140487997619600"></a><b>11.1.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>KPPP</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Many TDE users report problems using KPPP. Make sure you have already checked the
<p class="itemizedlist"><ul type="disc"><li><p>Can you dialup to your ISP without using KPPP? If you cannot, then perhaps KPPP is not the culprit after
all.</p></li><li><p>Have you gone through the KPPP documentation
and followed the instructions and troubleshooting
suggestions?</p></li></ul><p>The KPPP handbook is available through the
TDE Help Center.</p><p>If you still encounter problems, then the following might help:</p>
<p class="variablelist"><dl><dt><I>How do I change the MTU setting in KPPP?</I></dt><dd><p>Open up the KPPP dialog box and select
Setup. Choose an existing account and click
Edit, or New to create a
new dialup account. Select the Dial tab and
click Arguments. Type what you want to change
in the Argument textbox (e.g. <strong class="userinput"><code>mtu 296</code></strong>) and
click Add. When you are satisfied, click
Close.</p><p>To check whether the options took, do one of the following:</p>
<p class="itemizedlist"><ul type="disc"><li><p>In a terminal window, run
<strong class="userinput"><code><strong class="command">/sbin/ifconfig</strong> ppp0</code></strong> and look
at the reported MTU in the output. It should match your
request.</p></li><li><p>Add <code class="option">debug</code> and <code class="option">kdebug</code>
(each on a separate line) to your
<code class="filename">/etc/ppp/options</code> file and restart your
PPP session. You will find debugging messages in
<code class="filename">/var/log/messages</code>, including MRU and MTU
settings.</p></li></ul><p>If you want, the MRU and MTU settings can be added to the
<code class="filename">options</code> file, one complete setting per line, no
quotes or dashes.</p></dd><dt><I>KPPP connects at a slower speed than
normal.</I></dt><dd><p>The following might do the trick:</p>
<p class="itemizedlist"><ul type="disc"><li><p>Try executing <strong class="command">setserial
spd_hi</strong>.</p></li><li><p>The default MTU value is 1500,
which maybe too large
for a dialup connection. Try changing it to a smaller value like
<strong class="userinput"><code>296</code></strong>
or <strong class="userinput"><code>576</code></strong>.</p></li><li><p>Check in your <code class="filename">$<code class="envar">HOME</code>/.trinity/share/config</code> for the
<code class="filename">kppprc</code>. Ensure the correct modem speed is
actually defined there.</p></li></ul></dd></dl></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997539488"></a><a name="idm140487997539168"></a><b>11.2.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Konsole</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top">
<p class="variablelist"><dl><dt><I>How do I page-up or page-down?</I></dt><dd><p>Use <strong class="keycap">Shift</strong>+<strong class="keycap">Page Up</strong>
and <strong class="keycap">Shift</strong>+<strong class="keycap">Pg
</p></dd><dt><I>How do I copy text from Konsole to
anything else?</I></dt><dd><p>Use the mouse to select the desired text. From the
Edit menu, select Copy, or press
<strong class="keycap">Ctrl</strong>+<strong class="keycap">Shift</strong>+<strong class="keycap">C</strong>. This places
the text in the TDE clipboard, Klipper. Next select
the target application, place the mouse pointer to the
desired location and press <strong class="keycap">Ctrl</strong>+<strong class="keycap">V</strong>.
Alternately, highlight the text by dragging with the left mouse button down and
paste by clicking with the middle mouse button (or both buttons if you are using a
2 button mouse with 3 button emulation).
<p class="note" ><h3 class="title">Note</h3><p>Note that the copying and pasting keyboard shortcuts use the
<strong class="keycap"><strong class="keycap">Shift</strong></strong> key. That is because in traditional Unix terminals,
<strong class="keycap">Ctrl</strong>+<strong class="keycap">C</strong> is used to break or stop
a process from running.</p></dd><dt><I>Why can't Konsole find the 9x15 and the 2
console bitmap fonts installed with TDE?</I></dt><dd><p>FontConfig must find the three fonts
installed in: <code class="filename">$<code class="envar">TDEDIR</code>/share/fonts</code>.
the TDE install does not install these fonts in a directory that
already exists (e.g. <code class="filename">/usr/share/fonts</code>) then you must add this
directory to the configuration file <code class="filename">/etc/fonts/local.conf</code>. This should be
the first line after &lt;fontconfig&gt;. For example:
<pre class="programlisting">
After adding the directory, run (as root):
<strong class="userinput"><code><strong class="command">fc-cache</strong> -v</code></strong> and check that
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<p><h2 class="title"><a name="configure"></a>Chapter 10. Configuring TDE</h2>
<p class="qandaset"><dl><dt>10.1. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997863808">How do I set the language used by TDE?</a></dt><dt>10.2. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997805632">Is there any keyboard switcher for international keyboards for
TDE?</a></dt><dt>10.3. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997800880">How do I replace the standard text login screen with the
TDE login screen?</a></dt><dt>10.4. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997780528">I would like to click the left mouse button anywhere on the
desktop and have the TDE menu displayed.</a></dt><dt>10.5. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997774000">Where do I find additional TDE themes?</a></dt><dt>10.6. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997770320">How do I change MIME Types?</a></dt><dt>10.7. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997760704">TDE (TDM) does not read my .bash_profile.</a></dt><dt>10.8. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997751552">How do I use TrueType fonts in TDE?</a></dt><dt>10.9. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997740752">Is it possible to enter, show, and work with the Euro Symbol in
TDE?</a></dt><dt>10.10. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997734752">How do I run a program at TDE startup?</a></dt><dt>10.11. <a href="configure.php#idm140487997714400">How can I allow more than one user to be logged in a at a time? Can TDE do fast user switching?</a></dt></dl><table border="0" summary="Q and A Set"><col align="left" width="1%"><tbody><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997863808"></a><a name="idm140487997863488"></a><b>10.1.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I set the language used by TDE?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>First ensure the appropriate tde-i18n language package is installed.</p><p>Thereafter there are two ways to set the language TDE uses in the
messages it will display:</p>
<p class="variablelist"><dl><dt>Using the TDE Control Center</dt><dd><p>Open the TDE Control Center and select
Regional &amp; Accessibility then
Country/Region &amp; Language. You can select your language and location
here. If TDE cannot find a translation in the first language
chosen, it will fall back on the default language. This is usually
(American) English by default.</p>
<p class="note" ><h3 class="title">Note</h3><p>Using the TDE Control Center is the preferred way of choosing
languages in TDE.</p></dd><dt>Using the <code class="envar">LANG</code> environment variable</dt><dd><p>The second method uses the standard locale setting on
your system. To change the language, simply set the environment
variable <code class="envar">LANG</code> accordingly. For example, if your shell
is bash, execute
<strong class="userinput"><code><strong class="command">export</strong> <code class="envar">LANG</code>=de</code></strong>
to set German as the language used.</p></dd></dl></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997805632"></a><a name="idm140487997805312"></a><b>10.2.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Is there any keyboard switcher for international keyboards for
TDE?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>
Yes, configure the switcher using the TDE Control Center
Regional &amp; Accessibility-&gt;
Keyboard Layout configuration page.
</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997800880"></a><a name="idm140487997800560"></a><b>10.3.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I replace the standard text login screen with the
TDE login screen?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top">
<p class="note" ><h3 class="title">Note</h3><p>Your Unix-like distribution might have its own setup tools to
change this (e.g. YaST on SuSE Linux). This will
be the safest way to enable the TDE login screen. However, if for some reason
you do not wish to use these tools, the following instructions might be useful.</p><p>First, ychange to the xdm runlevel (runlevel 5 on
Red Hat and SuSE systems) by editing your
<code class="filename">/etc/inittab</code> file. In the file, there should be
a line saying <strong class="userinput"><code>id:3:initdefault:</code></strong>. Change it to
<strong class="userinput"><code>id:5:initdefault:</code></strong>. At the end of the file,
comment out the following line:
<code class="literal">x:5:respawn:/usr/bin/X11/xdm -nodaemon</code> and
replace it with
<strong class="userinput"><code>x:5:respawn:<em class="replaceable"><code>/opt/trinity/</code></em>bin/tdm
<p class="note" ><h3 class="title">Note</h3><p>The location of TDM might differ on your
system.</p></p><p>For changes to take effect immediately, type <strong class="command">init
5</strong> (for Red Hat systems) at the shell prompt.
<p class="caution" ><h3 class="title">Caution</h3><p>It is risky to initiate a graphical login without
checking beforehand whether it works. If it fails to work, you would
be in for a hard time getting back.</p></p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>
For FreeBSD, you should edit the file <code class="filename">/etc/ttys</code>
and change one of the lines that look like
<pre class="programlisting">ttyv8 "/usr/X11R6/bin/xdm -nodaemon" xterm off secure</pre>
to instead say <strong class="userinput"><code>ttyv8 "/usr/local/bin/tdm -nodaemon" xterm
off secure</code></strong>.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997780528"></a><a name="idm140487997780208"></a><b>10.4.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>I would like to click the left mouse button anywhere on the
desktop and have the TDE menu displayed.</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Use the right mouse button to select the desktop. From the popup menu, select
Configure Desktop. From the icon list
select the Behavior icon. Choose the behavior of mouse clicks on the desktop. To have
the TDE menu open from a single left mouse button click, change
the entry labeled Left button to say
Application Menu.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997774000"></a><a name="idm140487997773680"></a><b>10.5.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Where do I find additional TDE themes?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Go to <a href="" target="_top"></a>.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997770320"></a><a name="idm140487997770000"></a><b>10.6.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I change MIME Types?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>When using Konqueror, open a Konqueror window and choose
Konqueror. From the icon list select
File Associations. Find the mime type you want to change
(e.g. <code class="literal">text/english</code> or
<code class="literal">image/gif</code>), and set the application preference order
to whatever you want.</p><p>The same thing can be accomplished by using the TDE Control Center
. Select TDE Components-&gt;File Associations.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997760704"></a><a name="idm140487997760384"></a><b>10.7.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>TDE (TDM) does not read my <code class="filename">.bash_profile</code>.</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>The login managersxdm and TDM do
not run a login shell, so <code class="filename">.profile</code>,
<code class="filename">.bash_profile</code>, etc. are not
sourced. When the user logs in, xdm runs
<strong class="command">Xstartup</strong> as root and then
<strong class="command">Xsession</strong> as user. The normal practice is to add
statements in <code class="filename">Xsession</code> to source the user
profile. Please edit your <code class="filename">Xsession</code> and
<code class="filename">.xsession</code> files.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997751552"></a><a name="idm140487997751232"></a><b>10.8.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I use TrueType fonts in TDE?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Install TrueType font support into your X Window System configuration.
</p><p>If you have a bunch of TrueType fonts from Microsoft
Windows, edit the <code class="filename">xorg.conf</code> file to get the
fonts from the font folder. Then configure TDE to use these new
fonts with the <code class="filename">Font Administrator</code> utility.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997740752"></a><a name="idm140487997740432"></a><b>10.9.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Is it possible to enter, show, and work with the Euro Symbol in
TDE?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>Yes. Open the TDE Control Center and select
Regional &amp; Accessibility, then
Keyboard Layout. Select the Xkb Options
tab and enable the Enable xkb options check box. Choose a compose key.
Enable Adding Eurosign to certain keys and select the desired key.</p></td></tr><tr class="question"><td align="left" valign="top"><a name="idm140487997734752"></a><a name="idm140487997734496"></a><b>10.10.</b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>How do I run a program at TDE startup?</p></td></tr><tr class="answer"><td align="left" valign="top"><b></b></td><td align="left" valign="top"><p>There are several ways to do that. If you want to
run some scripts that set environment variables (for
example, to start <strong class="command">gpg-agent</strong>, <strong class="command">ssh-agent</strong> and others), place the
scripts into <code class="filename">$<code class="envar">TDEHOME</code>/env/</code>. Make sure their names end in
<code class="literal">.sh</code>. $<code class="envar">TDEHOME</code> is