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DockbarX  is Gnome taskbar applet with groupping and group manipulation and it is intended to be free and open software. You are encouraged to contribute by proposing new features in a detailed blueprint describing the use case and the main success scenario.

Install dockbarx in ubuntu

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dockbar-main/ppa

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install dockbarx dockbarx-themes-extra

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8 Comments to “DockbarX – Gnome taskbar applet with groupping and group manipulation”

  1. fleamour says:

    This may sound dumb, but how do I get DockbarX to run?!? I only seem to find an options DockbarX Preferences under Accessories…

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  2. JeSTeR7 says:

    @fleamour
    If you right click on one of your panels, choose “add to panel”, then add DockbarX. You would normally use it to replace the Window switcher.

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  3. JeSTeR7 says:

    I am interested in where the button for the Ubuntu menu came from. Is it from a theme?

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  4. Scirocco says:

    Was a while since I ran it last bad I think you need to add it to bar, right click and add like any other.

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  5. fleamour says:

    Job done!

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  6. Fabian says:

    Where did you get the ubuntu-menu-button?

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  7. fleamour says:

    Yes, where did you get Ubuntu menu button & how do I add it!?!

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  8. Risket says:

    How do I disable grouping for DockBarX? Since they take up much less space I’d rather similar windows (multiple folders, etc) to be separate so I can get to them faster. That way I can just click on the window I want to go to instead of clicking on the group, then the individual window. Also, my window preview popup causes complications with covering the group windows so it makes it hard seeing which window in the group I want to go to.

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