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Using GNOME Shell instead of Cairo-Dock DE. Tutorial
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30 October 2015 à 15:34

Guest, Friday 30 October 2015 à 15:34 | Quote

Hello. Today the difference between GNOME client-side decorations and Compiz window decorations are too big. Cairo Dock Desktop Environment uses Compiz, and you not able to use best features of GNOME Shell interface.

I wrote a tutorial for creating the environment based on GNOME Shell, but with Cairo-Dock and without GNOME Panel.

You're welcome!
https://createusernameplease.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/make-os-x-like-interface-based-on-gnome-shell/

https://createusernameplease.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/screenshot-from-2015-10-29-17-44-57.png

P.S. If you got problems with unresponsive window bars in top of window, I have a solution. Write to me in comments in my post.

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