Update: Cairo Dock 3.3.99 RC1 Released

Cairo Dock is a desktop interface that takes the shape of docks, desklets, panel. It is designed to be light, fast and customizable, and is desktop-agnostic. It has a powerful DBus interface, to be controlled from a terminal or another application. You can see it as a good alternative or addition to Unity, Gnome-Shell, Xfce-panel, KDE-panel and even LXDE-panel for a light and sexy interface . It features docks, panels, desklets, a full keyboard control, tons of applets, themes, and much more.


Cairo Dock 3.3.99 RC1 Updates

  • Style: unified the style for all objects.
  • Menu: added the possibility to customise them
  • Config: updated some sections linked to the style
  • API:
    • Updated functions about the style
    • Added new features about PID monitoring
    • A lot of clean code/rename function (cairo -> gldi)
    • Removed GTK2 support
  • Better integration with Compiz
  • Stop using GTK Stock icons (deprecated)
  • po: updated translations (added UZ)
  • Some bugs have been fixed, other tweaks (LP: #1318885 ; LP: #1296422)
  • debian/control:
    • Bumped plug-ins versions
    • Added libwayland-dev: compile Wayland backend (not used by default)
  • debian/patches:
    • Removed all patches: all of them were created from this version

Install Cairo Dock 3.3.99 RC1 on Ubuntu 14.04 & Ubuntu 14.10

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:cairo-dock-team/weekly

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install cairo-dock cairo-dock-plug-ins


Remove Cairo Dock 3.3.99 RC1

sudo apt-get remove cairo-dock cairo-dock-plug-ins
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