We show you how to access more Plank dock settings in elementary OS, so you can move the dock to the left, change icon size, and lots more.
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.
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.
It may be yet to see a stable release but that hasn’t stopped many folks from (get ready for pirate punnery) from ‘walking the plank‘ of instability by using it. What am I jabbering about? […]
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...
Today saw news of 'Slingshot' - a new application launcher project headed up by the elementary team - leak in to the wild. But just what is it and what does it form part of? Something rather special, it turns out.