Hey guys, quick question.
I am currently using the gnome extension dash to dock. I like it a lot, but I think I could do better with docky or cairo-dock.
Only problem is that dash to dock actually lets you launch the full application menu from the dock.
I would like to be able to add a custom launcher to cairo-dock or docky that lets me launch the damn app menu.
I have searched for quite a bit and found nothing.
Am I just blind and dumb, or can this seriously not be done.
I am using cairo-dock in Xubuntu and simple answer is YES you can in the configuration menu you have that option plus it has Gnome integration.
Ok, well, I just tried to install gnome integration and it does not work what so ever.
I can see it there, but nothing happens.
Any thoughts or ideas?
By Gnome menu you mean the thing that pops up when you click in the upper left corner, and then go to applications/click the grid symbol on the left side?
I think there was a command to invoke this menu from the shell.
Or something like that... You could try just adding a button that invokes that command.