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DockbarX

   0.91.4  

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Score 80%
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Downloads:  62448
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




LicenseGPL
(DockbarX 0.91.4)
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 Re: sad

 
 by f1r3fl3x on: Oct 6 2010
 
Score 70%

You have a desktop, more Windows shit. You have a mouse cursor, more windows shit. You have folders, more windows shit. You use a browser, more windows shit.
The deskbar is ellegant and extremely useful. If you don't like it, just dont use it ;) And btw, check the first point of the FAQ on this page and then comment ...


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 Re: sad

 
 by raj7095 on: Oct 9 2010
 
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stfu aeyhole. half of the ideas, windows steals from kde, which is linux. but, have you ever said more kde shit on windows? NO?! so, go shut your mouth and never say such a thing m'kay a-hole. thats better.


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 Re: Re: sad

 
 by M7S on: Oct 9 2010
 
Score 70%

Keep it civilized, please. Carbono hasn't even bothered to read the first question in FAQ before he wrote his misinformed opinion so it's not worth the energy to shout at him.

I've never understood what windows copied from KDE, so I think that argument is a bit weak, by the way. I think it's better to just state that every operating system is borrowing from other systems. Software development is about evolution far more than it's about revolution. And that's how it should be. Rebuilding the wheel isn't a goal in itself.

@everyone following this discussion
As the developer of dockbarx, I don't try to hide the fact that much inspiration comes from Windows superbar. There is quite a few good ideas behind it worth porting to Linux. On the other hand, the goal of DockbarX isn't to clone the superbar, but ultimately to make something even better. (Quite a few thing is already better on dockbarx, IMHO. Some exampels: you can scroll the mouse wheel to select windows, left click brings up all windows of a program and the zeitgeist integration will be worth more than jump lists when more programs gets support for zeitgeist.)


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 Re: Re: Re: sad

 
 by raj7095 on: Oct 9 2010
 
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yeah, sorry about that. it just pissed me off a little. have bad online anger management problems.


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 Re: sad

 
 by raj7095 on: Oct 9 2010
 
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btw, can u change the superbar theme in windows 7? NO! so there, linux shit. dockbarx is just an option. some people like windows 7 functionality, others the plain simplistic fluxbox DE. but those are just options to make people comfortable with linux.


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 looks interesting

 
 by mgutz on: Oct 3 2010
 
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Unlike some die hard linux users, I think there is a lot to learn from other UI. Having a slim panel like this makes a lot more sense than say Gnome-Shell which takes up a lot of screen space.

I use AWN currently in place of Gnome panels and if this improves tasking/grouping/preview I'm all over it.


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 preferences problem!

 
 by Pocio on: Oct 4 2010
 
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Hi! I have a problem...I cannot access the preferences dialogue.
If I try in a terminal I get this error:

:~$ dbx_preference.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/dbx_preference.py", line 1290, in <module>
PrefDialog()
File "/usr/bin/dbx_preference.py", line 725, in __init__
self.update()
File "/usr/bin/dbx_preference.py", line 822, in update
self.globals.settings['second_popup_delay'])
KeyError: 'second_popup_delay'


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 Sorry!

 
 by Pocio on: Oct 4 2010
 
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I tried uninstall and reinstall dockbarX and now everythong works!!!

Sorry me!!!


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 Re: preferences problem!

 
 by alxbalmus on: Oct 12 2010
 
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I have the same problem. Does anybody know how to solve this.


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 Re: preferences problem!

 
 by alxbalmus on: Oct 13 2010
 
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Reinstall with complete removal didn't solve my problem.


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 Re: Re: preferences problem!

 
 by M7S on: Oct 13 2010
 
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If you check the about dialog, what version does it say that you run?


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 Re: Re: Re: preferences problem!

 
 by alxbalmus on: Oct 13 2010
 
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The about dialog says 0.39.6-1. Very strange. Synaptic tells me I have 0.39.8-0

The problem started one I upgraded to Ubuntu 10.10. I installed dockbarx from ppa:dockbar-main/ppa.

Also, after reinstall gconf-editor says that all the keys under /apps/dockbarx have no owner and "This key has no schema".

Thanks for answering.


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 Re: preferences problem!

 
 by alxbalmus on: Oct 13 2010
 
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FINALLY SOLVED!!
Removing or completely removing from synaptic always led to the same problem, version 0.39.6-1 showing in the About dialog and Properties window not working and giving the error above.
Here's what I did:
1 - uninstall from synaptic
2 - manually install from 101604-dockbarx_0.39.8.tar.gz
3 - now it works but it doesn't show as installed in synaptic
4 - go to synaptic and install
5 - TA-DA!! Now everythyng is fine (0.39.8 showing in about dialog)


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 Re: Re: preferences problem!

 
 by M7S on: Oct 13 2010
 
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Except, next time you update via the ppa, the version will still be x.0.38.

The problem is that the files are installed in multiple places and the manually installed version is prioritized over the one installed from ppa. Do the manual install again with force and verbose flags, see where the files goes and delete them (I guess it should be /usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/). that should remove the manually installed stuff. Then delete any Dockbarx files in /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages, that should be where the ppa used to install the files. The new files from ppa should be in /usr/pyshared, I think.

I know this is a mess. The install functions will probably be rewritten after version 0.40.


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 Re: Re: Re: preferences problem!

 
 by alxbalmus on: Oct 15 2010
 
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I did everything you said and now everything is ok. I get the latest version from the ppa and it works. Thanks.

All the files from the ppa go in some folders under /usr/share.


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 Ubuntu 10.10

 
 by Anarchj on: Oct 8 2010
 
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Could you please add a ppa for Maverick too?


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 Re: Ubuntu 10.10

 
 by M7S on: Oct 10 2010
 
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There is one now.


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 Problems with Ubuntu 10.10

 
 by AureusPhoenix on: Oct 12 2010
 
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Hi, first the problem which I solved (I am not even sure, if dockbarx has been the reason for the problem):

After installing Dockbarx with ppa, my software-center didn't work any more cause some rights had been changed.

Solved by: sudo chmod 644 /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99synaptic


Now the problem which I was not able to solve: When I am using Rhythmbox and press close, the program does not vanish completly. It only minimizes. (Without playing music, it works right)

Would be nice, if somebody can solve that problem.

best regards


PS: I am using Dockbarx with AWN


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 Re: Problems with Ubuntu 10.10

 
 by M7S on: Oct 13 2010
 
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The same problem doesn't exist with gnome-panel's standard window list or with AWN's own taskmanager?


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 Re: Re: Problems with Ubuntu 10.10

 
 by AureusPhoenix on: Oct 13 2010
 
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indeed ... everything works fine with AWN or the standard panel


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 No Icon Mode Yet?

 
 by mahajanudit on: Oct 16 2010
 
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I must say this is a beautiful little application, some might say replicates Windows 7 behaviour, I say improves user experience.
Anyways I am using it with Awn, and one thing i miss is the icon mode. Dockbarx acts as a different window altogether (this is how awn apples are supposed to word), but i would really like to see different launchers behaving as if they were icons on the Awn, with animation, hover effects and everything.
Dockbarx has become quite stable now, so i think now the roadmap should be integrating it with other docks and the eyecandies.
But none the less, thanks for this great app.


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 Re: No Icon Mode Yet?

 
 by pascollin on: Dec 9 2010
 
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+1

Dockbarx is a great addon to AWN, but it should looks like an AWN applet and not like an alien addon. Icon mode is needed!


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