Cairo-DockPresented release Cairo-Dock 3.2, visually rich panel for launching programs, are used to organize the output library Cairo.

Cairo-Dock can run on any hardware, any window manager, integrating with most desktop environments, including acting as a replacement or supplement to the Unity, Gnome-Shell, Xfce-panel and KDE-panel. On modern systems use OpenGL and modern visual effects, and the legacy systems panel works in simple mode, consuming a minimum of resources.

With flexible enhancements are Cairo-Dock is not limited to running programs, allowing you to select plug-ins with the implementation of new visual effects and applets with the implementation of additional actions, such as a map of the state of the mailbox, sending and receiving instant messages, control of the media player, RSS-tracking tapes, view the status of torrent downloads, displaying weather, output assignments from a calendar planner, etc. Binary packages so far only available for Ubuntu and Debian GNU / Linux.

Key improvements:

– Support provided to build and work on the platform FreeBSD;
– Improved work in multi-monitor configurations;
– Added a new applet for creating screenshots;
– Added a new plugin that allows you to bind sound effects to apply the action;
– In the applet to work with labels added support for remote file system (samba, FTP, etc.) and encrypted discs;
– Added support for integration with Gnome-Shell;
– Support the use of GDM to switch between active users;
– Support of session management in the applet Systemd Logout;
– Support for all indicators Unity through a single applet Indicator (Printer-menu, Bluetooth-menu, etc.);
– Applet create notes (Note-taking) is now a self-contained application that can work without reference to Tomboy or Gnote;
– Added new visual themes and types of window decoration;
– In the default theme design improved integration with KDE.

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