Busy Cursor KDE offers a busy cursor for application startup notification. To enable the busy cursor, select one kind of visual feedback from the combobox. It may occur, that some applications are not aware of this startup notification. In this case, the cursor stops blinking after the time given in the section 'Startup indication timeout '
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The group schedule functionality of & korganizer; allows you to organize appointments, meetings and shared to-do items, request responses from attendees and publish items. If you are being invited to an event or to-do, you can reply to it, stating if you will be able to attend, or send a counter proposal, with different arrangements, like a different time or location. You can also publish your free/busy schedule, to let people know when you are available, and request the same information from others
This tab shows the free/busy schedule chart on the right, where each line represents one of the attendees, listed on the left. The marked areas on the chart represent the time already taken by other events, unmarked areas represent time free from other events. The free/busy information is only available if the attendee publishes his free/busy schedule, and if & korganizer; is correctly configured to retrieve it. For more information about configuring & korganizer; to publish and retrieve free/busy information, please check the. Double-clicking on an attendee entry in the list will allow you to enter the location of their free/busy information
The free/busy information represents an availability schedule. By presenting the intervals when one already has previous commitments, others can avoid arranging appointments for these periods. Note that only the times are published, not the events, reasons or attendees
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