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Kiosk in KDE 4

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The original KioskTool for KDE 3 is probably rather well-known compared to the newer KDE 4 port that currently resides in extragear. While the older version is much more complete, even in the first few minutes of use, I encountered segfaults.

A lot of work has been done already in the unfinished KDE 4 port and what it really needed to become usable again was just a bit of polishing, refactoring and bug-hunting. So, that's what I did Smile Screenshots should help.

First a few from the KDE 4 port before I started working on it.

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