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DockbarX

   0.91.4  

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Downloads:  61439
Submitted:  Mar 25 2009
Updated:  Jun 24 2014

Description:

Description and installation instructions can be found at DockbarX's Github page.
https://github.com/M7S/dockbarx

News and discussions can be found at DockbarX's Google+ page
https://plus.google.com/110582468951930692841

Bugs should be reported and features requested at the Github Issue Tracker.
https://github.com/M7S/dockbarx/issues




Changelog:

See the changelog at Github.
https://github.com/M7S/dockbarx/blob/master/CHANGELOG




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 Finally....lol

 
 by jeddycakes on: Aug 20 2010
 
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I got round to installing this, after a while of deliberation. The gnome-look page is a little intimidating with all that info to sift through. Installation is actually a cinch!

I am really impressed with this applet; very customisable.

Keep up the good work!


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 by Anarchj on: Sep 3 2010
 
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any news?


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 Re: .

 
 by M7S on: Sep 4 2010
 
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Sorry for the lack of updates. I have a new job, I've just started some evening studies, my girlfriend has moved back in with me after a summer of work in the other end of the country and we're redecorating the appartement. Not much time over for programming but I'll try to get a release out in the next few days. That should hopefully be the last one before 0.40.


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 Re: Re: .

 
 by Anarchj on: Sep 4 2010
 
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do not excuse, your contribute is enormous, and everybody have a life :)


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 Mozilla Prism

 
 by johnBgoode on: Sep 9 2010
 
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Hello, this applet is super cool; thanks so much for your work. This may be answered somewhere but... I use Mozilla Prism, and when I click on any prism icon, they group together. So if I've got Google docs and two other prism pages open (each with its own icon), Google docs will show three windows, and the other two will appear unopened. Is there a way to fix this?


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 Installing on Fedora 13

 
 by orakle on: Sep 11 2010
 
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How can i this DockBarX on fedora 13, is there exists any rpm for this ?


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 It shouldn't hurt

 
 by klevin92 on: Sep 12 2010
 
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I really saw you guys saying there would be a freeze 'til 0.40, but it's a long-awaited small feature the one I'm asking for: We really, really need a close button (like Windows 7's) instead of using the middle button (some PCs doesn't even have it) or accessing the right-click menu, it's quite annoying. Would you put this in 0.40?


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 Re: It shouldn't hurt

 
 by M7S on: Sep 12 2010
 
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No, sorry. It turned out it's not as easy as one would think to put a button on top of another button when using gtk. It will have to wait.


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 Re: It shouldn't hurt

 
 by hobo14 on: Sep 20 2010
 
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You can set the right mouse button to close. That's what I do.


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 DockBarX

 
 by hobo14 on: Sep 13 2010
 
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Love DockBarX, and have been for the last few versions.

But have just noticed a small annoying niggle with the latest version: pop-ups have a delay before they disappear when you move your mouse off DockBarX.

If moving to another item in DBX there's no problem - you can set this delay to 0, but when moving your mouse OFF DBX there is always a delay. I think moving off DBX should use the same delay as moving to another item, so I can set it to 0.


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 Re: DockBarX

 
 by M7S on: Sep 13 2010
 
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If you click outside the popup it will close.


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 Re: Re: DockBarX

 
 by hobo14 on: Sep 13 2010
 
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Er, yes, I do this, but that's annoying too. It's isn't a fix, it's a work-around.

Not saying I don't love DBX, but I can't see why the user defined delay to move to other items doesn't also apply to moving off DBX.


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 Re: Re: Re: DockBarX

 
 by M7S on: Sep 13 2010
 
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The delay and close by click is meant to be a feature, not a fix. But I think the delay has brought some extra stability too: Flickering where the pop-up disappeared and reappeared that existed in some situations isn't there anymore and that it's much less common that popups are left opened indefinitely now.

And I could finally add the code so that popups would be resized when a window is closed, without having to worry about that the pop-up would close because the mouse cursor would end up outside the resized pop-up (or worse the pop-up could perhaps not close at all until the mouse cursor reentered the pop-up).

Those are the reasons for the change.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: DockBarX

 
 by hobo14 on: Sep 20 2010
 
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I can understand those reasons, but I don't understand why you wouldn't give us a choice by letting us change the delay from a default of 600 to whatever we prefer, including down to zero.
The delay really is quite frustrating for me: the popups cover stuff I need to see or click on, and now I have to wait or click somewhere benign to get rid of them.
Is version 0.39.6 still available?


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