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The new version of macOS, macOS Big Sur, is just around the corner, and it is loaded with many new features; And many of us in the Linux Community want to experience an interface similar to that of macOS Big Sur. With that in mind I have decided to make a Plank Dock theme to bring a bit of what's new in macOS BS.
Wear your Dock like macOS 11 Big Sur syle.
I hope you like it and enjoy it };-]


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But, how to install the Plank Dock?

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> Plank Dock is in the repositories of all most Linux distributions, so you only need to go to the application store of your distribution, such as Ubuntu Store, KDE Neon, Deepin, etc., do a search with the name of the Dock and give click on install.

But for those who like to use the legendary Linux Terminal, you only need to execute some commands; So, open your application menu, find the terminal and type.

- For Ubuntu users and derivatives:
"sudo apt install plank"

- For Arch Linux and derivatives:
"sudo pacman -S plank"

- For OpenSuse and derivatives:
"sudo zypper install plank"

- For Fedora and derivatives:
"sudo yum install plank"

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Applying the Plank Themes.

To apply the Plank Dock themes, you just need to download the Plank themes, extract the zip, tar.gz, etc., files and move the extracted files to any of the following paths:

1. For LOCAL Directory:
- Once the file are extracted, press "ctr + h" and the hidden files will be shown, now, move the files to "~/.local/share/plank/themes".

2. For ROOT Directory:
- Extract the files and open the terminal, type "sudo nautilus" (or whatever your file manager is in your distro) when nautilus is open, move the files to the next path: "/usr/share/plank/themes"

Now, to apply each theme in Plank Dock, place the cursor on any icon in Plank Dock and press "ctrl + right click", select the preferences and choose the theme of your choice.

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NEW!
Launchpad Icon

I have added a file "launchpad.desktop" to have the application launcher icon like "Launchpad" in Plank, this file will put an icon in the applications menu, so you can pin it to Plank Dock but also to "Dash to Dock" , which gives the flexibility to place it anywhere in the Dock as a normal icon.

How to do that?
All you need to do is put that file in the
"/.local/share/applications" directory
and then drag and drop into Plank Dock and voila, you already have the icon in Plank Dock

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Separator

To place separators in Plank Dock, I have created some images in ".png" to do it.
The only thing you have to do is put the separator folders in a place where you will be sure that they will not move, since if the image is moved from the place it does not work since Plank stops recognizing the path where the image was. .
Putting the files in a safe place, just drag and drop a separator file onto Plank Dock and that's it, you already have a separator on Plank Dock


Watch the video: Adding Separators to Plank Dock

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Icons on Screenshots


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Albert App Launcher BS Themes

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All Big Sur Wallpapers


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I HOPE YOU ENJOY THEM!!! };-]
Last changelog:

BIG UPDATE! xD 1 month ago

-- New wallpapers have been added in macOS Big Sur Beta 10, so I have added new themes to match the new wallpapers.
-- Fixes and improvements in the margin and padding to be more similar to the original macOS Big Sur Dock.
-- Added file to have "Launchpad" app launcher icon in Plank
-- ENJOY THEM };-]!!

thebestlife85

12 days ago

How to download the file,

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zayronXIO

3 months ago

10 10 el mejor

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fkorpsvart

1 month ago

Thank you very much, @zayronXIO };-]

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noface

3 months ago

10 Very nice theme, how can I add in my ubuntu this top bar that has written ("Finder", "file", "edit" ....) ???




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fkorpsvart

3 months ago

Thanks for your support, @noface.

Regarding the top panel, I am using the KDE Plasma desktop, if you are an Ubuntu user, you may want to use the version with KDE, "Kubuntu". For the KDE desktop I have created a Layout in Latte Dock with that panel and a floating Dock.

Again, thanks for your support, friend };-]

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noface

3 months ago

I use ubuntu today, and I intend to go to KDE kubuntu, does it consume a lot of memory?

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fkorpsvart

3 months ago

I think that KDE consumes less resources than Gnome, but that also depends on the resources you have on your machine and the specific use you give it, for example, I have tried Manjaro KDE on an old machine with 4GB and it works decently with some changes in the default configuration, but I do not give excessive use to that machine, only for tests and light use. So you can try.

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harshdeep22

4 months ago

thank ill wait for the upload and i wqant to change those tray icons on gnome not kde, thanks in advanced

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fkorpsvart

3 months ago

@harshdeep22, The Albert Themes: https://www.pling.com/p/1410038/

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harshdeep22

4 months ago

i just wanted to know which linux are you using and yes what is that search application is it albert or synapse and how do you added themes to that and at last how do you change those panel icons, nice work

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

If you mean the distro, this is anyone with KDE Plasma, but I'm currently testing: "Manjaro KDE", "OpenSUSE KDE" and "KDE Neon".
And yes, the application is "Albert", I created these themes based on themes that I saw for macOS "Alfred", but if you like them, I think I will be able to upload them soon and give a description of the installation, friend, Wait for them };-]

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zayronXIO

4 months ago

como optienes la sombra negra bajo el texto y los iconos en el panel? que panel es?

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Hola, zayronXIO.

El escritorio es KDE Plasma, la distro es Manjaro, el panel lo cree con Latte Dock y allí mismo está la opción de jugar con las sombras para los elementos del panel; el Dock es Plank, los iconos de "Búsqueda "y de "Control Centre" los he creado yo mismo en Inkscape y los puedes descargar en el Layout que creé para Latte Dock; el ícono de bataría es una modificación que hice al Widget de "OSX Inline Battery" para hacerlo más parecido a la versión Big Sur, se llama "Big Sur Battery", los iconos de "Red y Volúmen" vienen con el tema para KDE de WhiteSur de Vinceliuice.

Espero te sirva la información, saludos.

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zayronXIO

4 months ago

How to get the black shadow under the text and icons in the panel? which panel is it?

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fblais

4 months ago

10 Outstanding work!
Thanks!

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Thanks to you for your support, @fblais };-]

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sansbuiton

4 months ago

10 10 los mejores

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Thanks for your support, @sansbuiton };-]

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harshdeep22

4 months ago

10 10 the best sorry for that comment but can you plzz tell me how to add that seperator

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

There is a video guide in the description.
And thanks for your vote }; -]

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googlebot

4 months ago

10 Great Theme!

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zayronXIO

4 months ago

10 10 los mejores

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

Thanks, zayronXIO, I can't wait for you to complete your version of Big Sur icons, they are awesome, thanks for your great work.

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googlebot

4 months ago

Great work! I noticed that Plank adds drop shadows to icons. Is it possible to turn that off? It looks weird when paired with Big Sur icons.

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fkorpsvart

4 months ago

New themes added.

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BIG UPDATE! xD 1 month ago

-- New wallpapers have been added in macOS Big Sur Beta 10, so I have added new themes to match the new wallpapers.
-- Fixes and improvements in the margin and padding to be more similar to the original macOS Big Sur Dock.
-- Added file to have "Launchpad" app launcher icon in Plank
-- ENJOY THEM };-]!!

UPDATE!! 3 months ago

--- Added color themes to match macOS Big Sur's default wallpapers

UPDATE!! 4 months ago

In this update:
--- Added bluish themes to combine with the Big Sur landscape background seen from the Ocean.
--- Versions with shadow and without shadow.
--- Fixes and improvements.

Added new themes. 4 months ago

-- Borderless Themes.
-- No Icons Shadow Themes.

> Thanks for your suggestions };-]

Added files! 5 months ago

-- You can now download the separator files for Plank Dock
Thanks to the fun guy, @ harshdeep22, who thinks Plank Dock can't have separators, for reminding me that I forgot to upload the separator files for Plank Dock.
Now you can download the separator files for Plank Dock.

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product-maker zayronXIO Aug 23 2020 10 the best
10 el mejor
product-maker fblais Aug 02 2020 10 the best
Outstanding work! Thanks!
product-maker sansbuiton Jul 24 2020 10 the best
10 los mejores
product-maker harshdeep22 Jul 11 2020 10 the best
10 the best sorry for that comment but can you plzz tell me how to add that seperator
product-maker googlebot Jul 05 2020 10 the best
Great Theme!
product-maker b1tanarchy Jul 05 2020 10 the best
10 the best Working like a breeze. All features mentioned, are totally supported. Thumbs up for a great effort.
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