• \[SOLVED\]Plank - Elegant, simple, clean dock


    [url:uhr5air3]https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/i686/plank/[/url:uhr5air3]

    Hi there,

    I have seen the [b:uhr5air3]PLANK[/b:uhr5air3] first time in the [i:uhr5air3]elementary’s[/i:uhr5air3] system, and since then I love it.
    I think a clean, simple dock bar is very useful for[u:uhr5air3] beginner users[/u:uhr5air3].

    Don't forget to mark as [SOLVED], if your problem was solved!

  • [url:uhr5air3]https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/i686/plank/[/url:uhr5air3]

    Hi there,

    I have seen the [b:uhr5air3]PLANK[/b:uhr5air3] first time in the [i:uhr5air3]elementary’s[/i:uhr5air3] system, and since then I love it.
    I think a clean, simple dock bar is very useful for[u:uhr5air3] beginner users[/u:uhr5air3].

    Don't forget to mark as [SOLVED], if your problem was solved!

  • We’ve already got you covered. Plank has been in our testing repo for over a month now

    Cheers!

  • @“lots.0.logs”:2tv1obtk said:

    We’ve already got you covered. Plank has been in our testing repo for over a month now

    Cheers![/quote:2tv1obtk]

    Oh…
    This is great!

    Don't forget to mark as [SOLVED], if your problem was solved!

  • @“lots.0.logs”:12rpp4ox said:

    We’ve already got you covered. Plank has been in our testing repo for over a month now

    Cheers![/quote:12rpp4ox]

    Will it be inclusive into the [u:12rpp4ox]current[/u:12rpp4ox] rolling-release version at the time that it does get released to the next release of Antergos?

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  • @“Modisc”:1ppxcf6c said:

    Will it be inclusive into the current rolling-release version at the time that it does get released to the next release of Antergos?[/quote:1ppxcf6c]

    Being on a rolling release model means that in almost all cases, there’s only a single version of each package in the repos at one time. That version is the latest one released by the upstream project. Your system will always have the latest packages which is why we don’t number our releases. The downside is that when we make changes to the default packages or configuration of Antergos, the changes are not pushed to your existing install. However, when we make significant changes we will include upgrade instructions for existing users in the release notes. Most recent example would be when we changed from Cinnarch to Antergos. You can expect to see something similar on our next release regarding lightdm w/ Antergos Greeter as default display manager and a default Antergos GRUB2 theme.

    Hope that explanation is helpful. Cheers!

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