Find Docky looking drab? Try this ‘dark glass’ theme by artist ~half-left.
Docky users seeking more control over how their Dock looks, behaves and functions will surely find a treat or two amongst the following five tips.
Users of the desktop Pandora application 'Pithos' may be trilled (bad pun, sorry) to hear that everyone's favourite launcher 'Docky' has added 'helper' controls for the app in its latest development version. Installation info and a pretty picture inside.
Fed up with your Emesene docky helper not working as you'd like? Download these slick improved helpers for Pidgin & Emesene by Argentine reader Nicolas. They really are ace.
If applications were movie genres then Docky would most certainly be a gore film. The rate at which it haemorrhages new features is bloody impressive. (See what I did there? No… Moving on…) So what […]
The ever ace Seif Lotfy tweeted the following mock-up a wee while ago and, being both a self-confessed Docky Diehard AND a total Sezen head, my jaw was literally wedged open as an emphatic ”YES” […]
Cardapio – the awesome alternative main menu applet we’ve championed here on OMG! for some time – has a hidden secret: you can use it via Docky! How so? First check you’ve actually installed Cardapio […]
Kids who keep their beady eyes on Gnome-Look will have likely seen that popular third-party Main Menu application ‘GnoMenu’ is aiming to add ‘main menu’ support to Docky. Progress is ‘in development’ as of now […]
The following Docky Terminal helper by Eugeny Pankov provides easy access your terminal profiles. It’s a 3rd party helper so you can’t install it from the Docky PPA or branch but you can nab the […]
A few days ago we mentioned in passing that the talented Psybers was working on stack functionality for premier dock app Docky. The feature hadn’t worked for me until now so finally having it up and running […]
Although many users prefer to live on the bleeding edge of application development some people prefer the security, stability and general sass of stable versions; no random crashes, half-baked features or memory-munching bugs. We feature Docky a […]
I’ve resisted blogging about Docky’s new docklets and helpers of late because it clearly annoys a vocal minority of readers. Those readers should proceed to find safety as I can keep back my enthusiasm no-longer! Development […]