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Mountain Lion Theme For Docky by elegantcreation Mountain Lion Theme For Docky by elegantcreation
Hey guys,
this is my first Docky theme, inspired by the new Mac OS X Mountain Lion Dock. For the best illustration use the icon size 64px. The theme supports only 3d mode and is specially designed to be used by Docky without reflections.


DOWNLOAD LINK: [link]

To install the Docky theme:

1. Extract the .zip file.
2. Open the config dialog of Docky.
3. In the Docks tab, click on install and select the Mountain Lion.tar file that you've just extracted.

To install Docky without reflections on Ubuntu read the InstallDocky.txt in the zip file.

comments appreciated :-)
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:iconwashufeng:
Good job
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:iconelegantcreation:
elegantcreation Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks :D
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:iconvnepo:
nice, what version of docky are you using? your dock seems to be positioned higher that you are able to see the full dock. my dock isn't positioned like that which cuts off the dock at the bottom (can't see the blue indicators and the bottom lining fully). is there a setting to adjust somewhere? thanks.
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elegantcreation Feb 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey I'm using Docky 2.1.4. Try to fit the icon size to 64px in the preferences. Then it should work.
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:iconhostister:
Hi,
I want to know where can i found this file Dock Window.cs?
Because when i change the size to 64px then docky is so big :)
I'm so sorry for my english
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:iconnetonardin:
how can i make it look like this but with 36px?
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:iconelegantcreation:
elegantcreation May 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think you have to scale it :)
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:iconvnepo:
thanks, this worked out well. have a good one.
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:iconeyjay1991:
I followed the instructions but i'm stuck at the ./configure, because it think the command is lacking. I'm new to linux so i really don't know what to do next.
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elegantcreation Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey what distro are you using???
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