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Smoothy Docky Theme

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This is a docky theme with smooth curves, designed for 2D mode.

Due to the theme limitations of Docky, the ideal size is between 49-55 and not using 3D background mode. It still looks fine in the different modes but won't look like the 2D mode.

Instructions:

Extract the zip file to ~/.local/share/docky/themes or for all users /usr/share/docky/themes.
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alberthdez's avatar
ya lo encontré, se ve genial
alberthdez's avatar
where is the archive .tar to install? , sorry i didn't find it
half-left's avatar
What .tar? You just extract the zip like the instructions say.
plastikmaniac's avatar
dropping it in a folder doesn't seem to work without reloading Docky. Maybe just put the files in a .TAR and install it from the Docky settings?
half-left's avatar
Not tried that but I usually just drop the directory in the local folder, you can put it in the the root one though.
plastikmaniac's avatar
Installing a .TAR means you don't have to restart Docky, though.
AlexandrePh's avatar
Great idea :)
What are this great icons ?
half-left's avatar
They're called Faenza [link]
AlexandrePh's avatar
3D-man's avatar
Who doesn't know the great Faenza icon set :D
murderslastcrow's avatar
Coool. I wonder if there's a similar Gnome-Shell theme running about.
half-left's avatar
It probably would fit well with my Elementary GNOME Shell theme. :)
murderslastcrow's avatar
I'm too stuck on your Gaia theme to let it go. It's downright gorgeous. XD
half-left's avatar
Haha, well that's good to hear.
iTails's avatar
Awesome dock. I'll try this the next time I boot into Ubuntu :D
zurbaua's avatar
This is the first 2d dock I really like! it's so elegant!
Great job! :)
half-left's avatar
Thank you, enjoy. :)
zurbaua's avatar
unfortunately I'm not using linux!
half-left's avatar
Oh well, I'm glad you like it anyway. :)
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