DockBarX Sees New Release, Now Available For MATE Desktop Too

DockBarX 0.90.3 has been released. For those not familiar with DockBarX, this is an application launcher / switcher that works as a GNOME2 panel applet, Avant Window Navigator applet or as a stand-alone dock. With the new version, I’ve also packaged it for MATE so you can use it as a MATE panel applet.DockBarX features: pin applications to the taskbarquick access to recent, related and most used documents with the help of ZeitgeistUnity quicklists, badges and progress bars supportWindow previews (requires Compiz and the KDE Compatibility plugin enabled in CCSM) – this feature is buggy with recent Compiz versionsDockManager support (so you can use Docky helpers in DockBarX)Media buttons support (play/pause, etc.)Highly configurable, both in appearance and functionality (keyboard shortcuts, etc.), includes beautiful themes by defaultDockX (DockBarX as a stand-alone dock) can be positioned anywhere on the screen, supports panel and dock modes, comes with autohide, dodge active window or all windows, can be resized and moreNew features in the new DockBarX 0.90 series:the stand-alone dock supports applets; included applets: Cardapio menu (requires the Cardapio PPA), a clock, appindicator (running appindicators are displayed on DockX), volume control and namebar (can show the window buttons / titlebar on the dock)new

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