Tray icon for active connection
sohail at sohailsomani.com
Sun Sep 28 04:09:15 BST 2003
On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 17:16, James Richard Tyrer wrote:
> Jim Bailey wrote:
> > I would like to have an icon for an active connection to the net, in
> > the right side of the bottom-of-the-screen tray. How do I set one?
> Specifically for KPPP, in the setup widget under the: "Misc." tab, check:
> "Dock into panel on connect".
> This isn't exactly correct, it docks into the System Tray.
> You can not choose the location for the icon. It will be placed on the
> right end of the system tray. The default location for the system tray is
> in the right half of the panel at the bottom of the screen, but you can
> move it.
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Hey yeah is there something like a network monitor to monitor activity
on incoming and outgoing ethernet packets? i am trying to disguise it,
but I am of course talking about the kde equivalent of M$'s system tray
network monitor ;-)
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