The Latte Dock v0.10 development release adds floating panel support and two new visibility modes, letting you add an iOS-style dock to KDE Plasma desktop.
A brand new version of Latte Dock, an application launcher and task switcher for the KDE Plasma desktop, is now available for download.
A new version of Latte Dock, an icon-based task bar for the KDE desktop, is available to download. Latte Dock 0.8 is the first stable release of the app switching software in almost a year and is […]
Latte Dock is a really neat desktop dock app (and a whole lot more) for the KDE Plasma desktop — now it's about to get a whole heap o' beans better.
It's easy to add folders to Plank, the popular Linux desktop dock app. Just drag and drop a folder full of files, photos or app shortcuts to the dock.
KDE dock app Latte Dock has made its first stable release. The stylish desktop dock supports Plasma 5.8 and above and is available from the KDE Store.
I rarely (if ever) see dock apps running on KDE desktops — but that could be about to change. Latte Dock is a new desktop dock for KDE. Think Plank but for Plasma. It’s more than an […]
Plenty of people use the desktop dock Plank on their Linux desktop — and for good reason. Plank is a nimble, customisable desktop dock for Linux desktops. It supports Unity quick lists, app badging (aka ‘unread counts’), and […]
Plank, one of our favourite dock applications for Linux, received a sizeable update last month, adding long-wished-for features and a healthy splat of bug fixes.
Simple Dock is a GNOME Shell extension that puts a handy application launcher and task switch right where you can see it: on the desktop.
If you're crazy enough to be running the still-in-development elementary dock application 'Plank' you may be longing to make a break from the minimal theme it ships with. To help here are two slick themes for use with it...
The latest release of Window management applet 'DockBarX' has been released, adding in media player control for all music players that use MPRIS2 (I.e. any that show up in the Ubuntu Sound Menu).