A dock for GNOME

Simple, customizable, fully integrated into GNOME Shell

Dash to dock extension is an enhanced dash for GNOME Shell. It moves the default dash out of the overview and transforms it in a dock for an easier launching of applications and a faster switching between windows and workspaces without leaving the desktop view improving the workflow in your Linux system or wherever GNOME 3 is running. It supports autohide and intellihide modes as well as a fixed mode. Optional features are available in the extension settings. The extension is themes friendly.

v60: new release available

A new version of Dash to Dock (v60) is available, introducing a dedicated windows thumbnails popup menu and monitor isolation. This release supports all recent of GNOME Shell releases (3.18, 3.20, 3.22 and 3.24)

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v59: new release available with improved multimonitor support

A new version of Dash to Dock (v59) is available, introducing the possibility of showing the dock on all monitors. This relase supports all recent of GNOME Shell releases (3.18, 3.20, 3.22 and 3.24)

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Problem opening settings in Ubuntu 17.04

With the announcement of Ubuntu dropping the Unity desktop in favor of upstream GNOME, plenty of people are trying GNOME Shell and Dash to Dock. A number of people are experiencing a problem preventing them from opening the preferences dialog to access the settings. This can be fixed by the simple installation of the missing packages.

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