Is there a way to get Docky ton act like Gnome-Do? I installed just the docky package. I would like it to be able to search for other things that are not in the dock. Is this possible or would it just be easier to install Gnome-Do separate.
Lucid's version of Gnome-Do still has the Docky interface available, and it will act like Gnome-Do when you push the keyboard shortcut for Gnome-Do. You shouldn't even need to have Docky installed separately. The version in Maverick removed the Docky interface. (Both are numbered 0.8.3.1 in the about dialog, however.)
Once you have a version of Gnome-Do without Docky removed (see below), the next thing is to run Gnome-Do. If Gnome-Do doesn't pop up when you run it, summon it with Windows Key + Space. Click the downward-pointing triangle on the top right corner of Gnome-Do and click Preferences. Click on the Appearance tab and select the Docky theme in the drop-down at the top of the tab. You can then configure Gnome-Do just as you would configure Docky.
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A surer, but more difficult, approach, would be to build the latest release of
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For now, you'll need to install them separately and use them without integration; Docky was split from Do a while ago. The next Do release will likely reintroduce Docky integration.