I have it loaded on both mint 19.3 and 20.2 . I install it on the left and mint panel on the right. Both visible only on mouseover. It gives me a very clean desktop but is a bit tricky to modify. I keep a copy of its config file safe
Just beautiful ! Works great on Linux Mint 20.2 Uma MATE edition.
Do not install it, if you don't want to spent a lot of time to configuring it. Or after uninstalling to manually deleting over 30 plugins, which do not uninstalling with applet itself.
NOT RECOMMENDED! It'll install loads of packages during installation, like any other normal app. But if you want remove it, it's practically impossible to remove all the packages (which were installed automatically with it) doesn't matter if you try to remove it from software manager or using apt remove. Also, even if you manage to uninstall every packages associated with it, you may end up uninstalling some previously installed packages, in my case, audacious.
Attention! This Program has removed my Mint-Menu permanently on my Linux Mint 20 Cinnamon after Deinstallation. I wasn`t able to get it back and had to completely reinstall my system. Not recommend it with such behavior!
Just Install it on Linux mint mate environment and it Looks awsome and much better than Docky or Plank. I wonder why it is not included as base package instead any other Panel
I love this dock, I use it as a hidden shortcut holder to keep my desktop clean of stuff, but it's so full of cool things and gimmicks... I use it on all my Linux machines.
It does not work with 4k monitors. On uninstall it leaves behind tons of plug-ins which must be uninstalled one-by-one.
This is GREAT dock software. Do not believe any of the negative comments. This dock is so much better than any of the others. I use the Alu theme and configure it so it has a Macintosh look and feel. (Like the look of the Mac, hate the macOS software.) Cairo Dock takes a little time to understand, but once you get it, configuration is easy. My recommendation is to have an idea of what you want before you install. Then choose a theme that best matches your idea and configure from there. The best part is, you can use any PNG image file for an icon. Just keep it to nothing more than 512x512 and you'll do fine.
Not good. Yes, there are tons of options if compared to the other, but those options change nothing! In other words, most applets for this thing do NOT WORK! Even the ones downloaded from their own website! HDDTemp? No, it doesn't work. Calendar? Nope. CPUtemp? no! Their own system menu is BROKEN! All you need to break it is click on it, type something so it will search and position itself off and remain that way until you either kill it or log in again. In other words, it's too damn easy to break this dock application, it's ridiculous. Not to mention the notification are is treated like a separate dock and that is not even configurable. Cairo-dock tries to impress you with its little tricks, but in the end you might notice it's just a bugfest masked as a dock application. I like Avant-Window-Navigator better, but until it's available to use on LM19, I'll look for something else.
Not bad. Yet a bit too complicated in configuring with mouse. Also I might br wrong, but I wasn't able to set up launcher icon to be an app icon when certain app is running. E.g. When I use launche to run an app anoher icon appers in dock. Wish it was more macos-like: most of all I lack the 'move icon to pin it' feature:) Thnx for the ffort anyways
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A million ways to configure it.
sometimes conflicts with the desktop widget - иногда конфликтует с виджетами рабочего стола
It looks great and is very customizable
I feel it weird... it does small shakes everytime an icon is added/removed.
Слитает и больше не грузится. +5 за аплет подсветки
Good but needs improvement in UI