a stupid but useful little applet.

Tobias Koenig tokoe at kde.org
Mon Aug 25 00:58:52 BST 2003

On Sun, Aug 24, 2003 at 06:30:04PM -0500, Russell Miller wrote:
> Hi,
Hi Russell,

> I wanted to be able to send people messages from my website, upon
> clicking a button.  So I wrote an applet which is basically a KTextEdit
> (could be something else) shared with a DCOP implementation.  So, you send
> the message via dcop, and it shows up in the kicker.  You can't reply,
> but that's the nature of this kind of interface anyway.  It's as simple as
> you can get, but still useful.
Sounds interesting, maybe we could also write a knotify 'backend', which
forwards messages to this applet, so you stay informed about events,
even without popups or sounds...

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