Pie Dock : The Next Gen Dock..

Piedock is a task bar and application launcher in shape of a pie menu of icons.PieDock feels a little bit like the famous OS X dock but in shape of a pie menu which appears directly around your mouse cursor.
Basically it shows a selection of icons that you can use to control or launch the corresponding application.

Requirements

  • Requires a C++ compiler, a make utitlity along with the headers and libraries of X11 and libpng.
  • Runs on Linux and *BSD.

Home Page : PieDock – Markus Fisch Personal Web Page
Java Demo : PieDock JavaScript Demo

7 Responses to “Pie Dock : The Next Gen Dock..”

  1. linuxtechie Says:

    Wow, that is awesome! I must try this out🙂

  2. Pie Dock : The Next Gen Dock.. Says:

    […] Rebel Power Supply wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptPie Dock : The Next Gen Dock.. Posted by Dark Star on March 13, 2008 Piedock is a task bar and application launcher in shape of a pie menu of icons.PieDock feels a little bit like the famous OS X dock but in shape of a pie menu which appears directly around your mouse cursor. Basically it shows a selection of icons that you can use to control or launch the corresponding application. Requirements Requires a C++ compiler, a make utitlity along with the headers and libraries of X11 and libpng […]

  3. ell Says:

    does this need compositing?

  4. Chris Lees Says:

    Looks nice, but like the Mac OS X dock it’s probably much less useful than other methods of launching + switching applications.

  5. Dark Star Says:

    @ell I don’t think so it need composite manager.. I haven’t’ tried it yet but will tell you after I’ll :)_

  6. mane Says:

    It is pretty hard to install, could you post a how to install?

  7. bubs Says:

    can you make one for vista plzzzzzzzzzzzz


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