cyberpunk Layout for Latte Dock Original

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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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> cyberpunk Layout for Latte Dock

cyberpunk is a simple layout that aims to be useful for the user in managing their desktop every day, in addition to having a great and pleasant appearance.
Therefore, each Dock, Panel, Sidebar and each widget, are placed and tested to be intuitive and useful while still having a cyberpunk, modern and simple appearance.
I hope you like it and enjoy it.

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> Description of use.

Upper Section.
At the top are three docks, left, center and right.
In the right Dock there is an application menu, an application title widget and the global menu.
Running applications are located in the central Dock.
In the right Dock are the system tray icons.

Bottom section.
At the bottom there are three other Docs, distributed in the same way as the Upper Docks.
The left Dock contains only shortcuts for pinned applications.
The Central Dock contains the audio spectrum analyzer, "Panon", and two sidebar launchers.
The Right Dock contains the "Netspeed Widget", clock with date and the "User Switcher" widget.

Side Bars.
The sidebars are two, of course, the left sidebar contains all the information about CPU and Memory usage.
And the right sidebar contains, the upper part, three widgets, the notification, battery and brightness and audio and volume, in the center is a media player, and at the end is the virtual desktop pager.

As you can see, the Layout is very simple and contains everything that we use daily in our work on a machine, so its use is very intuitive and simple but it looks great.

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> Installing Latte Dock

Warning: The version needed for these layouts to work properly is the Git version of Latte Doc; This Git version brings extra functions that the normal version does not have, such as floating dock, rounded corners, the Sidebar Widget, etc ...
So in the normal versions of the repositories, non-Git version, these functions will have no effect and the Layout will not work correctly, for this reason it is necessary to install the Git version of Latte Dock.


After researching a few ways to make it easier for you to install the Git version of Latte Dock, I have found some ways, but not for all distros, for example: The Manjaro community has in its AUR repositories a packaged version of the version Git de Latte, in OpenSUSE I have found a package of the Git version of Latte, not so for KDE Neon or Kubuntu, I mean, yes, I have found a package version in ".deb" of the Git version of Latte in Launchpad. net, but it is necessary to install dependencies, which makes the compilation process the most recommended option for the installation of Latte Dock Git Version.

So I will leave instructions for installation in Manjaro KDE and OpensSUSE KDE, and for installation in Kubuntu and KDE Neon I will leave the link for the Latte Dock repository on GitHub where the compilation instructions are.

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> Installation of Latte Dock Git Version in Manjaro
There are two ways to install the Git version of Latte Dock in Manjaro.

1. Doing a search on "Pamac"

Open "Pamac" and do a search for "latte dock git", the results will be two versions, one to install and another to compile, so, choose the version to install, since the compilation way takes a little more time, and it is the second form of installation.

2. Doing a Compilation.
There are two ways to compile install the Git version of Latte Dock.

2.1 Open "Pamac" and do a search for "latte dock git", in the results you will find the option "Build" that will compile the version automatically, which will save you from doing the whole process.

2.2 Go to the GitHub repository of Latte Dock and go to the file "INSTALATION.md" there you will find the necessary dependencies that you must install before starting the compilation process.

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> Installation of the Latte Dock Version Git in OpenSUSE KDE.

I have found a packaged version in a ".rpm" file ready to install just by running a command.

Packaged Latte Dock Git Version for OpenSUSE

Installing ".rpm" files
sudo zypper install name-of-latte-package.rpm

On this page there is also the alternative of adding a repository and installing directly from this added repository, so you can choose what way to use to install Latte Dock git version.

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> For installation on Kubuntu and KDE Neon

In these distros the best way to install Latte Dock is to follow the instructions for compilation and installation of the official Latte Dock repository on GitHub, so, go to the link at the bottom and inside the repository look for the file "INSTALLATION.md" and follow the dependency installation and build instructions.

Latte Dock GitHub Repository

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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!!

You need to install these Widgets to the Neonwave Layout work perfectly.
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:
  • Simple Menu
  • Application Title
  • Netspeed Widget
  • Better Inline Clock
  • Latte Spacer
  • Latte SideBar
  • Panon
  • Dash to Panel Indicator
  • Media Controler Plus

These are the external widgets that are needed, the others are already by default in KDE Plasma.

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Icons and Theme used on Screenshot

From @eliverlara

From @VINCELIUICE

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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!! };-]
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I'm glad you like it and I'm grateful for your vote, @safak, enjoy };-]

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Thank you, @misque, enjoy }:-)

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