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Spice up Ubuntu 10.10 desktop with Cairo-Dock

Docks and sub-docks may be placed at the bottom, top, left and right.

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Cairo Dock using the Coz theme

Cairo Dock with the default theme, showing the components of the shortcut applet.

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Cairo Dock using the default theme

The graphics applet and its components.

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Graphics applications applet in Cairo Dock

You can change the view of the dock and the sub-docks from the theme manager. The screenshot below shows a sub-dock using the Rainbow view.

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Weather applet in Rainbow view

Shortcut applet in Rainbow view

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Shortcut applet

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4 Comments

  1. jonny rocket

    i use cairo. better than awn and docky. just works better.

  2. Oops. I meant to comment on Ubuntu 10.10 story below this one. Sorry about that.

  3. The second item on the checklist may not be useless if the user is installing on a notebook/laptop computer.

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