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DockbarX

   0.91.4  

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Downloads:  61505
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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 feature req: tray menu â DockX

 
 by MarioFlying on: Nov 10 2010
 
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I have a feature request that would be unbearably cool and loved.
I’m tired of notification area ("system tray") icons, and I disabled all of them on my machine. But the menu they bring with them is cool and missed.
So, it’s about integrating the notification area icon that some apps have into dockbarx icons, but only the right click menu functionality, so I would have the tray icon’s menu (let’s say, on the VLC icon) on the right/middle click on the dockbarx icon. I guess the user would need to manually link dockbarx to the right tray icon?, I don’t know, and that sucker should then disappear; and yes, I know this stuff should be addressed by gnome itself altogether, but this is the reason I propose it, because if this was real now and not in 5 years, it would be a great way to cope with it, even better than the Win7 custom menu stuff - albeit a bit hackish. I don’t have any idea about how you could implement the "relaying", but I guess this would be a really top dockbarx feature.
Let me dream :-)
Anyone likes this idea?


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 Re: feature req: tray menu â DockX

 
 by M7S on: Nov 10 2010
 
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I've been thinking about adding something like this from the beginning and there's been a few feature requests about it as well. It's not possible with notification area, as far as I know but it should be doable with ubuntu's application indicators, which can be accessed via gconf.

This is one of the features I want to introduce before dockbarx 0.50. Dockbarx 0.40 should be released quite soon and then I'll begin adding new features again.


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 Height fix, sound and appmenu

 
 by klevin92 on: Nov 13 2010
 
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I don't know if you have already noticed that but, on maximized windows (both 4:3 and 16:9 monitors), the pop-up preview leaves two blank spaces (above and below the preview) like if its height was out of proportions. Could this be fixed in the nest release?

It would be great too if you could integrate the sound applet buttons (similar to what Windows 7 does with WMP12) into the pop-up and the Appmenu (a.k.a. Global Menu or the menubar) to appear in the right-click menu. I think things like these are possible to do in Gnome capacities, so maybe you could get them to work.


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 Re: Height fix, sound and appmenu

 
 by M7S on: Nov 19 2010
 
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For now the popup area is always square. So there are empty spaces either at the sides or top and bottom always if the window isn't absolutely square. A redesign of the window list is quite high on the todo list now that 0.40 has been released.

Sound menu could be integrated either via panflute backend or via mpris, but I haven't look much into either so I don't know how to implement it yet. It's quite low priority right now.

I'm not really sure what you mean with integrating appmenu. I will look into dockmanager to see if I could use it to get similar "helpers" as docky and awn has. I will also look into adding indicators from the indicator applets to DockbarX. It should be possible since the indicators use a dbus-backend (it was not possible to do this with the normal notification area). Is it something like this you meant? The dockmanager integration is quite high priorityl


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 install fails because of

 
 by hotice on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Building fails because you forgot to change this:

data_files=[('/usr/share/dockbarx/themes', ['themes/default.tar.gz',
'themes/Gaia.tar.gz',
'themes/old.tar.gz',
'themes/minimalistic.tar.gz',
'themes/sunny-c.tar.gz',
'themes/new_theme.tar.gz', ]),



And as a result, I get:


error: can't copy 'themes/default.tar.gz': doesn't exist or not a regular file


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 Re: install fails because of

 
 by hotice on: Nov 18 2010
 
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I guess I can fix it by replacing the default theme with the new name:

themes/dbx.tar.gz


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 Re: Re: install fails because of

 
 by M7S on: Nov 19 2010
 
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Thanks for reporting! I guess I rushed the release in the end. It's fixed now.


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 suggestion

 
 by Anarchj on: Nov 22 2010
 
Score 63%

Minimize and maximize actions would be more recognizable if there were icons like this:
http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/3968/schermatafd.png


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 AWSOME

 
 by jcapinc on: Nov 22 2010
 
Score 63%

You guys are Amazing. this is perfect! Just great! This is why Linux will one day triumph - because when enough people say "I want" they get - because someone like you guys just make it happen. Spectacular


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 Awesome!

 
 by mandyzhou on: Nov 27 2010
 
Score 50%

Thank you so much for developing this; I love it! I just wish the opacify feature would allow the user to set exceptions, as currently, it includes windows like conky (which doesn't even appear on the window list). Besides this, and the square window previews you've addressed in a previous comment, I love this and enjoy using it!


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 Re: Awesome!

 
 by M7S on: Nov 27 2010
 
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I guess it should be quite easy to exclude windows that doesn't appear in window list from opacify. If that's preferable is another question, perhaps it should be only decoration-less windows that aren't in the windowlist that should be excluded?


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