mcOS Catalina for Latte - Dock and Panel Original

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Description:

Latte Dock, amazing piece of software very customizable.
With the possibility of creating both, a top panel and dock, with everything you need to work.

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It is not new that many of us like the visual aspect of macOS, thinking about that I created this Layout, with a Top Panel and a Dock.
I hope you enjoy it!! };-]

First of all, you need to install Latte Dock and a few Widgets or Plasmoids, to make it work properly.

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> Installing Latte Dock

Latte Dock can be installed from the KDE store, Discover, is in almost every store in most distros, just do a search and click on install.

But if you prefer to do it from the terminal, these commands will help you:
- For Ubuntu users and derivatives:
  • "sudo apt install latte-dock"

- For Arch Linux and derivatives:
  • "sudo pacman -S latte-dock"

- For OpenSuse and derivatives:
  • "sudo zypper install latte-dock"

- For Fedora and derivatives:
  • "sudo yum install latte-dock"

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> Importing Themes

To import the themes into Latte Dock you must run Latte Dock and then right click on any part of the Dock, then "Layouts" and "Manage Layouts", when the window opens look for "Import" click and Search where you have saved your downloaded theme file; now double click on the "In Menu" part, so you have access from the menu without opening the "Manage Layouts" window at any time, and that's all. Now you can enjoy any theme you like.

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> Widgets or Plasmoids NEDDED!!

For mcOS Catalina Layout to work properly, you need to install these Widgets.
So right click on Plasma desktop and go to "Add Widgets", then "Get New Widgets" and then "Dowload New Plasma Widgets" and search for the next Widgets:

List of Widgets from left to right and Need to install

Left
  • Kpple Menu
  • Application Title
  • Global Menu


Right
  • Latte Side Bar
  • Search
  • Chili Clock
  • Audio Volume
  • Inline Battery
  • Networks
  • Netspeed Widget
  • Weather
  • System Tray


Need to install
  • Application Title
  • Latte Side Bar
  • Latte Spacer
  • Latte Separator
  • Better inline Clock
  • Launchpad Plasma Menu
  • Inline Battery
  • Kpple Menu
  • Event Calendar
  • Media Player Control
  • Netspeed Widget


And that's it, now you can enjoy a desktop with the appearance of macOS Catalina.

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Themes and icons used in the screenshots

From @vinceliuice.
From @paulxfce.
From @zayronXIO.

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Simple video with simple instructions to install Latte Dock and import Layouts in Manjaro KDE:

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Do not forget to vote if you liked this theme and leave a comment if you encounter any problems.

I hope you enjoy it!! };-]
Last changelog:

UPDATE!! 7 days ago

-- The Plasmoid: Chili Clock has changed its name and when applying the Layout in the Latte Dock, the clock is not shown.
-- More Fixes and improvements for the best performance.
-- Added Big Sur Walls

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mirkogennari

7 days ago

10 10 the best

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fkorpsvart

7 days ago

Thank you };-)

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Ryuke

1 month ago

A question. How did you make Global Menu show the options from Finder when no window was open in your video?

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goldendevil2004

1 month ago

how to delete it

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

Hello, @goldendevil2004

To delete layouts, right click on any part of the dock or panel, then go to layouts, manage layouts, and when the layouts window appears, select the layout theme and then remove.

If you have had any problem, you can report what is the problem that you are presented to solve it, thanks for your comment };-]

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marcomurakami

1 month ago

Hi!! Excelent layout but I can't find the way to make it work at all because the side bar widget. I don't have latte dock v1.10. How do you make it work??? Thanks!!!

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

Hello, @marcomurakami, thanks for your comment.

Well, to install the latest version you must go to the github repository (https://github.com/KDE/latte-dock), clone or download the zip file and enter to the "latte-dock" folder, inside is the "INSTALLATION.md" file with all the installation instructions, basically what you do is install some dependencies depending on your distro, in the file are the commands for "Kubuntu, KDE Neon, Arch Linux...", so, open a terminal and execute the dependency installation commands and then execute the file "install.sh", wait for the compilation to finish and you will have the latest version of Latte Dock.

You can vote with 10 if you like the theme, friend };-]

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marcomurakami

1 month ago

But the master branch has 0.9.11 version, not 0.10.

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

No problem, friend, this is the version that I always compile and always use.
The version of this GitHub repository is the one that is always more updated with the new features.

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zayronXIO

1 month ago

10 10 los mejores

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

Thank you very much, @zayronXIO };-]

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sebbo

2 months ago

10 10 the best

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

Thanks, @sebbo, enjoy it! };-)

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yaru

2 months ago

10 10 the best , looks beautiful!

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fkorpsvart

2 months ago

Thanks, @Yaru, enjoy it! };-]

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archfeh

4 months ago

10 10 the best! And I want to know what's the icon pack you using?

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Hello, @archfeh, Thanks for your rating, friend.
The icon pack is OS Catalina: https://www.pling.com/s/Gnome/p/1309810/

So, the widget between battery and clock is the 'network' widget.

Now, first you need to place the widgets on the panel, then right click on the panel and select "edit panel" and then reorder each widget in its place.

The order of the widgets from left to right is as follows:
1. USwitch
2. Aplication title
3. Global Menu
4. System Tray (You need to disable some options, depending on what you need.)
5. Lock / Logout
6. Volume
7. Chili Clock
8. Search
9. Ditto Menu.

And that's it, you can use "Latte Spacer" to place between each widget if necessary.

Thanks again for your rating, @archfeh }:-]

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archfeh

4 months ago

Another problem), the icons of 9.ditto menu amd "network" are not same as yours though I have used the icon pack OS Catalina(

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

You mean the icon of the three horizontal lines at the end of the panel? If so, I did not explain that I made that icon apart, sorry for not explaining before; I will update and put the icon to use in Ditto Menu.

And well, with the network icon, it's strange maybe you can take a screenshot to see what icon appears, so let the creator of the icon pack know about the problem.

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archfeh

4 months ago

wow,thx a lot, now I have my true "mac"!))

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archfeh

4 months ago

and I am hard to make status bar the same as you, maybe you can describe more deeply))

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archfeh

4 months ago

What is name of the last and the widget between battery and clock?

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johnbrasileiro

5 months ago

10 10 the best

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fkorpsvart

5 months ago

Thank you! };-]

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UPDATE!! 7 days ago

-- The Plasmoid: Chili Clock has changed its name and when applying the Layout in the Latte Dock, the clock is not shown.
-- More Fixes and improvements for the best performance.
-- Added Big Sur Walls

UPDATE!! 1 month ago

--- Fixed bugs with the Widget: Grouping Plasmoid in the SideBar, which stopped working and breaks the layout with the last update of Latte Dock or the SideBar Widget.
--- As always, two versions, one with small variations for better adaptation with small screens and the other for large screens; I hope you enjoy them.
--- Please report if you find errors, that helps to debug the layout and improve in each version.

--- Remember to use the GitHub Repository Version: https://github.com/KDE/latte-dock

UPDATE! 1 month ago

-- Added new features to the sidebar to get closer to the macOS Notification Center
-- Added KPPLE Menu instead of USwitch
-- More Fixes and improvements

UPDATE!! 2 months ago

-- Fixes and improvements and added Notification Sidebar and Launchpad full screen app menu

UPDATE AND NEW VERSION!! 2 months ago

-- Fixes and improvements in normal version.
-- Added version with small variations for better adaptation to small screens when the dock is placed on the sides.

NEW VERSION! 5 months ago

-- Fixes and improvements.
-- Now is totally adaptive with your wallpaper.

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product-maker zayronXIO May 24 2020 10 the best
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product-maker yaru Apr 28 2020 10 the best
10 the best , looks beautiful!
product-maker archfeh Feb 24 2020 10 the best
10 the best! And I want to know what's the icon pack you using?
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