Gnome 3.6.0?

lmat
2013-04-24
2013-04-25
  • lmat

    lmat - 2013-04-24

    I've run mac4lin on a kubuntu gnome 3.6.0 system, but I don't see the dock thing at the bottom nor the three buttons on the windows. The icons "took" and perhaps the mouse cursors, too. Also, does the background change to the default mac one? That didn't happen either. Let me know if this setup should work, or perhaps I should change things around. I just installed linux, and don't care if I should be using a different window manager/desktop, or even distribution. Thanks for any help!

     
    • Anirudh Acharya

      Anirudh Acharya - 2013-04-24

      Hi,

      The dock is an external program (AWN/Cairo Dock). Mac4Lin only provides the
      Mac OS X dock theme for AWN. The background did change for earlier versions
      of GNOME, but I haven't updated the scripts in a long time esp. after GNOME
      3 was released. So I believe the behavior you are seeing is normal.

      In fact, I would say I haven't tested the stable version of Mac4Lin on
      GNOME 3 at all. Sorry about that. My full time work leaves me with almost
      no time.

      On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 3:44 PM, Aaron Laws dartme@users.sf.net wrote:

      I've run mac4lin on a kubuntu gnome 3.6.0 system, but I don't see the dock
      thing at the bottom nor the three buttons on the windows. The icons "took"
      and perhaps the mouse cursors, too. Also, does the background change to the
      default mac one? That didn't happen either. Let me know if this setup
      should work, or perhaps I should change things around. I just installed
      linux, and don't care if I should be using a different window
      manager/desktop, or even distribution. Thanks for any help!


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