KDocker – Useful Docking Application for KDE

KDocker comes handy when you want to embed some graphical application in the system tray, given that the respective application does not come with its own feature to put it in the tray. Although not updated since 2005, the last version released on April 5, 2005, is good enough and, according to the official website, it works with all the window managers that conform with the NET WM standard. To mention a few: KDE, GNOME, Xfce, Blackbox or Fluxbox. I only used it in KDE 3.5.9, but I’m sure it works well in the other desktop environments too, given that you don’t want to use a native docking application, like ALLTray for GNOME.

Link: linux-weekly.blogspot.com


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