A good fedora application launcher? like rocketdock?

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  1. sprint_user

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    I want a good fedora app launcher, like rocketdock or objectdock. Are there any good ones?
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    Kiba or Cairo dock
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    ill try those, thanks
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    Yup, Np.
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    i would recomend avant window navigator. probably the most stable and best intergrated dock.
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    That would only work on GNOME environments.

    Why can't you just use Terminal?

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    Oh, i did not know that. But fedora can use Gnome also

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    @Treadstarter are you useing KDE or Gnome?
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    Presumably KDE considering he just had it installed.
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    Go with Cairo-dock if you're looking for a more Mac-style dock. Go with AWN if you want "better" integration with Gnome...personally, I'd say the extra config that cairo requires is worth it in the end.
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    He has Ubuntu, and Fedora, so he's got KDE and GNOME, so it'd be best to go with cairo for Fedora, and AWN for Ubuntu.

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