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DockBar

   0.25.1  

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Score 77%
DockBar
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Downloads:  20876
Submitted:  Jan 18 2009
Updated:  Jun 5 2010

Description:

TaskBar with groupping and group manipulation.

... Many thanks to Nik Skavinsky ...

##### Launchers #####
You can add new launcher by DnD or launch app and press "+" button (preferred) in popup of app.
Button with gears can be used to open new window of app.
Known restrictions:
- Unable to use launchers for GNUStep
- Unable to use launchers for OOo writer, calc, draw, etc
- Only apps from menu can be added
- Some applications written in script languages like python recognized not correctly (because their author forgot to setup name for application)

To pin/unpin launcher you need to open preferences dialog and set 'Attach/Detach' action for group

The X branch by Matias Särs
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Dockbar+Experimental?content=101604

Previews
You need to use compiz plugin KDE Compatibility and check 'support plasma previews'.
If you want live previews for minimized windows too, you can use KWin instead of compiz.
Watch demo video!

Default actions:
Window button:
left click:
- activate / minimize / unminimize

middle click:
- Close

right click:
- Lock/unlock

Group button:
left click:
- activate / minimize / unminimize group
(without locked windows)

middle click:
- close group of windows

right click:
- Compiz scale

Compiz
To use compiz effects you need to activate them in compiz settings manager first.

INSTALL:
- install python-gnome2-desktop
- copy dockbar folder to /usr/lib/
(/usr/lib/dockbar)
- copy theme files to share folder
(/usr/share/dockbar/themes)
- copy GNOME_DockBarApplet.server to /usr/lib/bonobo/servers
- add DockBar applet to panel
- make link:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/dockbar/dockbar.py /usr/bin/dockbar.py

TESTED on Ubuntu 10.04 with compiz and metacity

You can run it in window:
dockbar.py run-in-window

==== AWN applet ====
DockBar for Avant Window Navigator is a simple applet (wrapper) to use DockBar with AWN.
AWN effects are not available for DockBar applet.
Use it only on horizontal awn dock!

AWN applet may not work. Please wait for bug fix.

P.S. Sorry for bad English




Changelog:

0.25.1
Some stupid bugs fixed in pref dialog (Launch action added to list of group actions)
Little redesign of popup of group
Border for previews
Minimal size of previews

0.25.0
!!! New dependency - urllib
Wine apps groupped by .exe name. Aslo you can add wine app as launcher (Drag from menu).
Buttons in popup header removed.
Pref dialog running check
Pref dialog redesign unused params removed
Fixed minimization then some of wins always-on-top
Live Previews. You need KDE Compatibility plugin and check support plasma thumbnails.


0.24.1
Bg bug fixed
Launchers first
Path in .server file changed

0.24
Launchers
Lunch effect
Update position of popup winlist
Basic styles support
Compiz calls now async
New action 'prev/next window'
!!! New dependency: pynotify

0.23
Minimization target
Windows previews
Bug 419430 fixed (No way to open preferences in AWN)
Preferences dialog bug fixed

0.22
New action system (Default actions changed)
DockBar preferences is in dockbar_pref.py now
Some code cleanups

0.21
-fixed- Updating state of group button

0.20
-fixed-Flickering without compiz
...




LicenseGPL
Source(DockBar 0.25.1)
Ubuntu(Launchpad PPA (updated to 0.24.0))
other(Demo video on YT)
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 Menu Popup Delay

 
 by vernonrj on: Mar 24 2009
 
Score 50%

First, I'd like to say that I've been using dockbar for about a month, and I am very pleased with the program. You really keep your program up to date, and I really like that.

Now, I don't suppose there's a way to put a delay between the time your mouse hovers over the icon, and the time the menu appears? I think that would be great to have.


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 Original desktop

 
 by chareos on: Mar 24 2009
 
Score 50%

Hi,
I like this !

I'd suggest a different behaviour for the click...
as it is, when I click on an app icon, the app moves to the actual desktop.
I'd rather prefer the view to move to the desktop containing the app.

It'd be possible ?


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 Dockbar Experimental

 
 by M7S on: Mar 25 2009
 
Score 50%

I just wanted to inform those of you that uses "DockBar with Launchers" that it now has it own page. I'm using the name DockBar Experimental instead of DockBar with Launchers since it better deskribes what it is. Experimental features on DockBar.

This is not a fork of Dockbar, I just wanted an own page to get more feedback and feature requests and to have a separate support channel.

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Dockbar+Experimental?content=101604

Dockbar Experimental 0.20.3 has the new features from Dockbar 0.19 and 0.20, configurable mouse buttons and configurable workspace behavior.


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 grouping

 
 by syco on: Mar 31 2009
 
Score 50%

Is possible to add an option to not group applications?


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 ÐÑевоÑÑодно

 
 by Xplosive on: Apr 1 2009
 
Score 50%

Пользуюсь и буду пользоваться. Просто, понятно, и очень удобно. Автору +1


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 Arch Linux

 
 by laurielegit on: Apr 6 2009
 
Score 50%

Hi, I package this for archlinux. If you want to add it to the info, to install it on archlinux is: yaourt -Sy dockbar

Thanks,

Laurie


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