Monday, 21 March 2016

Plank 0.11.0... How to restore Plank's preferences


Brief introduction...

       Plank, its a lightweight dock developed and maintained by the same team of " Docky". On the latest release of Plank, preference settings are not displayed by default. On this article, I'm going to show how to restore the preference settings.


So, how we do it...


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Plank 0.11.0... How to restore Plank's preferences


  • Open your terminal, then copy and paste the follow command line
    • plank --preferences
       ... now, you have two options. You can use this command line, every time you want to change the look and feel of Plank, or lock-down the icon of "preference settings" on the dock.
     
       For that, just follow the next steps. ( work best on XFCE and Mate )

    • Click on the right mouse button, and choose " Create Launcher... "
    • Give it a name, ex. " Plank Preferences "
    • On the " Command " area, enter the command line:  plank --preferences
    • Click create.
    • Marck the launcher as: " Executable "
    • Click on the icon, and press it, then move it to the dock.

And, that's it!
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Plank Info's
  • Main Developer (s) / Maintainer (s)
    • “Docky Core” team
  • Latest version ( March 13, 2016 )
    • 0.11.0
  • Platform 
    • Linux
  • Written
    • Vala
  • License
    • GNU GPL v3
  • Cost
    • Free




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