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 […]
Window Dock applications such as AWN, Docky and Kiba are often used by users seeking something with more visual pizazz than the traditional 'icon + text' window option present in the default GNOME-Panel. But what if the traditional way could also be made to look "sexy"?
Managing your Skype chats and controlling you Skype status with Dock application 'Docky' is simple.
The following Docky tip may pander to a 'niche' desire but it has the knock on effect of letting you create a rather surreal desktop experience...
Popular Linux theme maker half-left has created an informative how-to guide on creating Docky themes, so if you've yet to find a theme that suits your tastes entirely why not have a go at making your own?
Long for a ‘main menu’ on Docky? RishavT has posted a tutorial on GNOME-Look.org for adding just such a tool to the premier Dock on Linux.
How does a Docky theme based on the Divergence IV GTK+ theme sound?
You want to trigger ‘expose’ in Maverick like you’ve seen in Unity? Dan Rabbit sent me over a mail with a quick ‘how to’ on, well, how to do just that! 1. Install Compiz Config […]
A new docklet for Docky aims to make clipboard history management a breeze.
Flynn would totally use this 'Tron: Legacy: inspired Docky theme by our favourite deviant Docky theme maker half-left.
As an avid docky user (sometimes I switch to AWN depending on my mood), I got very used to the jumplists. But at some point I was not satisfied with what I hacked before, since it was based on the early 0.3 Zeitgeist API.
If you long to try out Stacks on Docky, but can't stand the thought of bazaar branches, python scripts and other unfamiliar methods, this pre-packaged .deb may finally afford you that chance...