Kimon attaches itself to the taskbar, where it displays the statuses of all connected ISDN devices.
Kimon can be configured to open a window with detailed information if a new connection is initiated by way of the ISDN devices.
The status of the different ISDN channels is indicated by different colors. If the symbol in the taskbar is double clicked, a monitor window is opened, where additional information on the connections can be found.
If the right mouse button is clicked, a menu opens, and the user can quit the program, open the monitor window or edit the options for Kimon.
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