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I've been a big fan of gnome-do with the docky theme, but it seems quite clear that the app itself is dead. On the other hand, docky is looking really slick! Recently, my gnome-do config got messed up, and I've been debating making the switch to docky.

The only thing holding me back from switching to docky is, does docky support gnome-do's search functionality?

Simple question, hopefully with a simple answer. Thanks!

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After some investigation, it looks as though the only way to 'integrate' the two is to run them as separate applications. Gnome-do integration is planned in a later release of docky, and there are some instructions on running the two in parallel, but otherwise, no such luck.

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