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Linux WindowMaker/Docky padding issue

I've recently made the switch to a custom Ubuntu installation (replacing Unity with WindowMaker). Everything works fine, except I have issues handling the windows while Docky + compositing (I already ...
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Run a bash script from docky

Using docky under ubuntu, I want to be able to run bash scripts. When I drag and drop a script from nautilus to docky, the script appears on docky. But clicking on the script icon opens the script ...
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Docky shows default launcher icon on ubuntu

I am using docky on Ubuntu. I want to have a launcher for intellij in my docky bar, but I have an issue. No matter which method for adding the launcher to the dock I use, the intellij icon specified ...
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Does docky support gnome-do-like functionality?

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 ...
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Can't install “Docky” theme?

So to install a theme for Docky on Ubuntu I had to extract the theme from the Archive Manager via root to /usr/local/share/docky/themes. I did this but it didn't show up in the theme choices. Then I ...
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How do I use Chrome (Linux) application launchers in Docky alongside regular Chrome windows?

When I have multiple Chrome windows open, Docky correctly groups them into one icon on the dock. However, what I want to do is launch a Chrome application launcher (with the --app= command line ...
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How to make Docky appear over other windows

I installed Docky in Ubuntu and I have it set to autohide. One problem is that if a window is maximized, then the docky is blocked. In order to see it, I have to unmaximize or moved windows. Can docky ...
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Is there a way to get docky to launch a new instance?

So i'm really loving the whole gnome-do/docky thing. My question is that on other docks, you can hold down a modifier key to launch a new instance rather then switching to an already opened instance ...