Mojave Themes for Plank Dock

Plank Themes dock macos mojave plank

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Description:

Themes for Plank Dock with the macOS style.
Thanks to gusreis1989 for the logo.

¡¡¡MORE IMAGES: https://imgur.com/a/T1atrEq !!!!

--- TODO

- Install Plank Dock on your PC.
- Download and extract the themes.
- Copy the extracted files in the next path ".local/share/plank/themes" just for your user.
or copy the extracted files to "/usr/share/plank/themes" for all user, just type "sudo nautilus" on your terminal type your password and move the files to the path.
- Press "Ctrl + Right Click" in any place on Plank to open the Plank Menu and click on "Preferences"
- Choose any theme and Enjoy It!!!

Last changelog:

Changelog 1 month ago

-- Some Improvements on the use of original macOS Colors, Paddings and space between icons
-- Add new color themes

hamzahalvanaa

9 days ago

sir, what linux distro that you using here ?

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fkorpsvart

7 days ago

ParrotOS with Gnome Desktop.
https://www.parrotsec.org/

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yiseojin0406

1 month ago

Hey I`m new ubuntu user so.. I was searching the plank theme and I found this one so I want to use this but after I download extract file and paste file to /usr/share/plank/themes it keeps making error and it says permission denied... how can I fix this??

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

It's not an error, you just need root access, and to open Nautilus with Roor user permissions just open the terminal and type: "sudo nautilus" then enter your password and you will have access to the / usr / share / plank / themes folder.

Another option is to place them in the "home" folder just press "ctrl + h" and the hidden icons will appear, copy the files in the folder ".local / share / plank / themes" and it's dome.

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entwicklung

4 months ago

Hi, when you have multiple instances of chrome opened or some other app, you have to right click on that icon so you can choose which instance you want to open. Is it possible that you can make that happen on hovering? or there is already an option for that and i've missed it..?
thank & cheers!

overall great plank +

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Sorry, but code doesn't allow it, I tried with "Compiz" on Mate Desktop some time ago, and that show a preview of the opened window; but I don't remember if it show all the instances. So, you can try it.

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gusreis1989

7 months ago

Hi, I suggest you change the logo and the title name because Apple is copyrights and patent troll and can sue us for everything. What about the name of Plank Mojave and Plank Mojave or Docksierra or Dockojave? What do you think about these names? As for the logo, I prepared the new logo for you. I gift you: https://i.imgur.com/jYDwMBE.png. Put the new title name in this logo, like Plank Mojave, or whatever you want to name.

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fkorpsvart

7 months ago

Hello, gusreis1989.
Thanks you for your suggestion, you're very right; and thanks for taking your time to do the new logo, I choose the second one. I appreciate your support.

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gusreis1989

7 months ago

Or https://i.imgur.com/rRV9CfH.png, if you want the bright dots.

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intro18

7 months ago

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

hey another question, what is the icon pack you use? and how did you get the app menu up there?

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fkorpsvart

8 months ago

The Icons https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1102582/

For the menu I use the Gnome Global Menu https://gitlab.com/lestcape/Gnome-Global-AppMenu

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

thanks! and one last question, how did you get the appmenu to work? i've installed it and put it on the applet and logged in and logged out (as the help guide said to do) and it showed some error and so far now ive just decided to put the menu text as the toolbar text from my browser.

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fkorpsvart

8 months ago

Well, I don't know what distro are you using, but in the installation guide of the extension, it say that you have to install appmenu-qt, appmenu-gtk-module, or unity-gtk-module if you're in Ubuntu; so I just follow the guide and work well for me in a Debian based distro.

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

its always like "uhhh nahhh you caint do dat cuz you aint mah cuz and u aarrrreeeennnttt MINCROFT ADDMIN"

lol wtf did i just do

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fkorpsvart

8 months ago

You can open the file manager as root and do it, you can try.

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

oh i've figured it out, thanks.

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

how do you do that?

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Official-ZAEON

8 months ago

basically it wont let me put anything in the folder because i'm not an admin.

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Changelog 1 month ago

-- Some Improvements on the use of original macOS Colors, Paddings and space between icons
-- Add new color themes

Changelog 3 months ago

-- Some Improvements on the use of original macOS Colors
-- Add extra Mojave Day Dark

Changelog 3 months ago

-- Some Improvements on the use of original macOS Colors and Paddings

Changelog 4 months ago

-- Add two new themes
-- Some Improvements on use of original macOS colors
-- Add All Mojave Wallpapers

Changelog 6 months ago

--- Some Improvements
--- Add new Themes
--- Add Wallpapers

product-maker intro18 Jul 31 2018

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