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DockbarX

   0.91.4  

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Downloads:  61160
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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 Grouping

 
 by manfreed on: Jun 15 2011
 
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Hi! I love dockbar, but I miss the option to disable grouping. I think there are people who likes to know exactly what windows are on their taskbar, so if it is not a big thing, would you mind implementing it?

(I'm not sure if I remember correctly, but I think there was an option for this in some older versions. Was there a reason to remove it?)

Thanks, and keep up the good work :)


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 Re: Grouping

 
 by M7S on: Jun 16 2011
 
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No, DockbarX has never had ungrouping and - sorry - it never will. DockbarX shows applications on the taskbar, nothing else. Multiple identical icons on the taskbar shouldn't improve your productivity it only divides your focus between the work you do and remembering which icon that was which window. This is a contrast to the idea behind DockbarX, that your pinned applications never move so that you can launch, switch windows and do other things with the pinned application just by using muscle memory, not actively diverting the focus from the work you do.

Bare with me, my profession is teaching and because of that I rather try to learn the users what *I* think is the right way than to give them what they believe they want. ;)

Sometimes you need fast switching between windows of the same application, for that I've developed the locked list. And I've also spent some time on improving the scroll-wheel window switching to make it as easy and fast as possible to use.


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 xfce

 
 by appye on: Jun 28 2011
 
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Hi there. Is there any chance of getting a native panel plugin for XFCE? Bonobo no longer works in archlinux so I can no longer use xfapplet. Right now, I am using the avant window navigator applet, but dockbarx is the only reason I have avant window navigator installed!

Thanks for this dock!


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 Re: xfce

 
 by M7S on: Jun 29 2011
 
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I've actually looked into that the last few days, but there's not alot of documentation on writing panel plugins for xfce in python. So the answers is maybe.


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 Feature request

 
 by inp3dance on: Jun 30 2011
 
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Hi,
First of all, I'd like to thank you for your work with dockbarx, it is great, low on resources, does not require compositing, but still visually appealling. Everything that is required for a lightweight, fast desktop. There are two features for what I'd like to draw your attention

1. I think there are quite a few users, who run dockbarX in Xfce, via xfapplet. And in the future, I think will be even more Xfce users, because of the changs in Gnome3. I think it will be great to have native Xfce support, it will raise the number of dockbar users. I am planning to start some modifications on xfce panels/applets, I can help you porting.

2. I personally like to distribute my work on desktops. It will be great to support dragging windows to another workspaces from dockbarX, it is faster and more intuitive, than playing with menus.


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 Re: Feature request

 
 by M7S on: Jun 30 2011
 
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1. As you can guess from my reply to the comment above yours I would love some help with porting dockbarx to a navite xfce panel plugin. Contact me via launchpad.

2. I'm not sure how you mean. Dragging from where to where?


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 Re: Re: Feature request

 
 by inp3dance on: Jul 5 2011
 
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Sorry for the late reply, I'm kind of busy this week. I will contact you via launchpad when I finish all this stuff around me.
About the moving: both in Gnome2 and Xfce you can grab a window from the taskbar and drag it into a workspace in the workspace/desktop switcher applet, and the window is moved to that workspace/desktop (whatever is called). This is a quick way to arrange the windows between workspaces.


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 How to completely remove DockBarX?

 
 by prMoriarty on: Jul 6 2011
 
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I installed from source, but now I want to install from the ppa, for automatic updates. I must first remove it? And how is it done?
Sorry for my English


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 Re: How to completely remove DockBarX?

 
 by M7S on: Jul 6 2011
 
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There's no atomatic uninstaller, sadly uninstallers aren't supported by distutils. If you run ./setup.py -vn you'll see where the packages are installed so that you can remove them.

The python files are installed in a folder that ends with
dist-packages/dockbarx/

and a egg-info file like this one is made: Dockbarx-0.45.egg-info

That folder and file is what you need to remove before switching to the ppa.


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 Re: Re: How to completely remove DockBarX?

 
 by prMoriarty on: Jul 6 2011
 
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dockbarx_0.45$ ./setup.py -vn
usage: setup.py [global_opts] cmd1 [cmd1_opts] [cmd2 [cmd2_opts] ...]
or: setup.py --help [cmd1 cmd2 ...]
or: setup.py --help-commands
or: setup.py cmd --help

error: no commands supplied


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 Re: Re: Re: How to completely remove DockBarX?

 
 by M7S on: Jul 6 2011
 
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sorry, I meant

sudo ./setup.py -vn install


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How to completely remove DockBarX?

 
 by prMoriarty on: Jul 7 2011
 
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Thank you, now everything is fine. Probably should add this in the FAQ.


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 Tabbed docks Feature Request

 
 by ooboon2 on: Jul 15 2011
 
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I think adding tabbed sub-docks would solve a lot of issues re: grouping of icons by subject/app type/file folders and enabling an increased number of icons to to located in the Dockbar while keeping them under control.

An example on OSX is DragThing Dock-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:DragThing.png

Bruce Tognazzini's blog has lots of GUI design tips and guidelines from his years at Apple designing the original MAc UI specs in the early 80's.

http://www.asktog.com/columns/060MonsterMac.html


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 hotkey to show dockx

 
 by bigrza on: Jul 28 2011
 
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Hey m,
it would be nice if you could add a hotkey to dockx if its hidden. Also can you make it that dockx is still clickable when compiz scale is active (like the unity dock)?


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