Author: Martin Koller, email@example.com
First release: Oktober 2017
liquidshell is a basic Desktop Shell implemented using QtWidgets.
- Wallpaper per virtual desktop
- Weather, Disk Usage, Picture Frame Applets (per virtual desktop or on all)
- No animations, low memory and CPU footprint
- Instant startup
- QtWidgets based, therefore follows widget style from systemsettings
- Icons are used from your globally defined icon theme from systemsettings
- Colors are used from your globally defined color theme from systemsettings
- Can additionally be styled with css by passing the commandline option -stylesheet filename.css
(see included example stylesheet.css)
- uses existing KDE Frameworks dialogs for most configurations, e.g. StartMenu, Virtual Desktops, Bluetooth, Network
- Just one bottom DesktopPanel, containing:
StartMenu (allowing drag of entries into konqueror/dolphin to configure QuickLaunch or AppMenu entries)
QuickLaunch (showing icons for .desktop files from a configurable folder)
AppMenu (showing .desktop files in a menu from a configurable folder, defaults to users desktop folder)
Pager (for switching virtual desktops)
WindowList (Popup showing all open windows on all desktops)
TaskBar (showing windows on the current desktop, allowing drag of an entry onto the Pager to move to a different desktop)
SysLoad widget including CPU, Memory, Swap and Network bars, live updated tooltip
SysTray with integrated Network-, Notifications-, Device Notifier-, Bluetooth-, Battery- display.
It also features PackageKit software updates integration.
The DeviceList also shows devices connected and paired with KDEConnect.
Display of StatusNotifier items from other applications (no legacy embedded icons yet).
Notifications kept in a history list for some minutes, including timestamp and text selectable per mouse
(very handy for copy/paste of TAC numbers from online banking received via SMS and transferred to KDE
Clock widget (with calendar popup, tooltip for selected cities)
SEE ALSO: README