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5 Useful Plasmoids for KDE

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In the past, we’ve written about several cool KDE apps. I’m now going to show you some desktop applets – called plasmoids – that have caught my attention. They are all included in KDE 4.9. KDE and productivity junkies.

1. Character Selector

I frequently have to use foreign characters when I type. Whether I’m typing out the word “résumé” or the name of my (now deceased) cat, “Nüns Núñez,” I often find myself struggling to remember the particular unicode sequence for each diacritical mark. The Character Selector plasmoid removes the need to memorize unicode.

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