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Linux Mint 6 tutorials, this tutorial will show you a Gnome Do software review specializing in Intelligent Launcher & Dock.
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I've used Gnome Do for a long time now and I haven’t talked about it but it is one of my favorite applications to use because what Gnome Do does is, it launches any applications that you have installed quickly and efficiently. So to give you an example, to activate it you use the hotkey which windows and space or super key and space whatever you want to call it. Then you see this menu, now just type in the first few letters of the poem you want. For this example we’re going to view the TTK pirate and you can see the icon pops out already, push enter and you have it. Now like I said it can work with any program that you have so you say terminal aright. So it its quick, now I like about Gnome Do is it remembers what you open, it doesn’t go on A B C or no-no-no; it just remembers what you use frequently and the next time you type that in, it’s going to be your first choice. Lets say win FF right, I use that a lot so its not like going on A B C order if I just type W it will pop out. it will remember what I’ve done, which one would I use and that would be my first option. So that’s what I like about Gnome Do. Now Gnome Do has updated their shit to version 0.8 or something like that. and they have this new feature which is a dock. Now to have the dock, you will need Comcast to be on to use it; but to activate it, there is an icon up here, if you don’t have the icon there is another way to do it, but if you have the icon just right click on it and you see preference and you go in there. Or if you don’t have it just use the hotkey and there is a little error right here and you click on it and preference. Now I recommend this checking that all this on the general but after that you go to appearance and right here this is how you activate Docky; there’s a little Docky thing right there, and that’s what you have to do. That’s all you have to do. So we’re going to activate it now, and as you can see we have a dock down here, and it has the fish eye zoom. If you are into that its kind of like the MAC zoom the fish eye zoom. So it’s the same deal, like I said it is similar to EVEN dock because it needs Compiz for you to use this. If you don’t have Compiz and you are using Metacity, its not going to work. By Gnome Do it can work on both so, there is your trade off. This one is good because they have some few options in here like, they have their calendar, I don’t need that; but, you can turn off the fish eye zoom if you like. There is some option here to turn it off. So to zoom, you can automatically hide if you like. So those are just some of the options right now. The good thing about this is all the programs that you have used in the past few minutes or something is here in the middle, this are the programs that I’ve opened in the last five to six minutes. They’ll put it there; now I don’t know if this is a good thing or bad thing but it might be more efficient if you have the programs that you have used right there before. So that you don’t have to use Gnome Do and open it again. But this one you can still use Gnome Do with it because this is a one two combo. You use Gnome Do and the dock will launch so that both launchers, and that is Gnome Do, all you have to do is click on this and you have your Gnome Do again and just start typing whatever you need to do. So you type menu FF and there you go you have it back again, you can start up again. So there we go, you can use the hot key if you like and there you go, see the bottom, it goes back to, well you got the Gnome Do status and you just type in whatever you need to type like terminal. And there you go, and I like that. I don’t know about the Docky because it is kind of jerky to me, it is not smooth like the way I will like it right now but in the future if they update it and they fix everything to my liking then I don’t have a reason to use another dock because I like Gnome Do and I like the dock and the combo is a great idea. I do have some you know options I want to put like custom launchers here but I haven’t tried that yet. The plug-ins does not work right now so I can't talk about that but overall I like the combo and I like the idea of it, so check it out. You have to get the def file beyond A .10 but in Jaunty it should be repository I believe. So that’s it, Gnome Do and Docky.