KDE/Qt-Focused Latte Dock Released
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 2 April 2017 at 07:07 AM EDT. 11 Comments
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For those interested in a fancy dock for your desktop if trying to make it look perhaps more like macOS, the developers behind Now Dock and Candil Dock have joined forces to create a new dock solution called Latte Dock. Today marks the first release of this Qt/KDE-focused Latte Dock offering.

Latte Dock is self-described as "a dock based on plasma frameworks that provides an elegant and intuitive experience for your tasks and plasmoids."

Latte Dock offers nice configuration features, different visibility modes, multi-screen support, import/export settings, support for KDE Plasma 5.8, experimental support for alternative desktops like MATE, and much more.

Those wanting to learn more about Latte Dock can read this blog post and watch the video above. Latte Dock's code is available from GitHub.
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