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KDesktop was the component of the K Desktop Environment 3 and earlier, that provided a virtual background window to draw icons or other graphics on. In conjunction with Kicker and Superkaramba it constituted the graphical shell.

KDesktop
Various aspects of the KDE 3 panel could be configured, such as its arrangement on the user's desktop
Various aspects of the KDE 3 panel could be configured, such as its arrangement on the user's desktop
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In KDE Software Compilation 4, Kicker, KDesktop, and SuperKaramba were replaced by KDE Plasma 4.[1] The graphical shells KDE Plasma 4 and KDE Plasma 5 being widget engines of their own, SuperKaramba is no longer necessary and e.g. "Kicker" was re-implemented as a desktop widget.

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